Régis & Sylvain Cuvée d’Amitié Sauvignon Blanc
2 in stock
Region: Loire Valley, France
Grape varieties: Sauvignon Blanc
Régis & Sylvain Cuvée d’Amitié Sauvignon Blanc is a mineral-driven beauty from biodynamic vineyards in the Loire Valley. The grapes are hand-harvested, wild yeast fermented in glass-lined underground cement tanks, sit on their lees for 5 months, then bottled unfined, lightly filtered, and lightly sulfured for stability. The result is a rich, complex deliciously refreshing wine that coats the mouth and goes on and on and on.
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2 in stock
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About Régis & Sylvain Cuvée d’Amitié Sauvignon Blanc
Régis & Sylvain Cuvée d’Amitié Sauvignon Blanc is a mineral-driven beauty. Sourced from biodynamic vineyards in the Loire Valley. The grapes are hand-harvested. Wild yeast fermentation occurs in glass-lined underground cement tanks. The wine sits on its lees for 5 months. It is then bottled unfined, with a light filtration. It also sees light sulfur addition for stability. The result is a rich, complex, and delicious refreshing wine that coats the mouth and goes on and on and on.
About Régis & Sylvain
After their respective careers in finance and winemaking, Régis and Sylvain, two cousins from Marseille, bring together their passion and love for wine.
Convinced that the world has entered an insatiable quest for wines of excellence, with the ambition of elevating the wine-drinking experience, Régis and Sylvain cannot but notice a gap in the offer. The fact is that it cannot seem to quench the thirst of the growing global middle class and meet its ever-demanding expectations.
To make up for that deficiency in some way, they decided to give a new face to wine production by creating their own brand at the end of 2017: Régis & Sylvain. A brand synonymous with quality, the identity of the terroir, reasoned production, and moderated prices. In order to achieve that, they prefer to go to the four corners of France rather than acquire a vineyard. They can thus vinify grapes and bottle their wines in regions providing them with the opportunity to meet those criteria.
Based in the heart of Marseille, the outreach of their wine trading company has already spread to four continents.