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2006 and 2007 were really successful for this style of wine, and it provides a real alternative to
better-touted dry whites such as Loire or Burgundy. Made from the classic Bordeaux white blend of Semillon and
Sauvignon, it is very dry and mineral, so not quite so successful with sauced fish dishes. Gloriously aromatic in
youth from barrel fermentation, and then on the palate the ripe fruit is beautifully balanced by crisp acidity.
Delicious as an aperitif, or with shellfish, fried fish or light poultry dishes.