Guy Saget Vouvray Marie de Beauregard 2010

| February 21, 2013

Guy Saget Vouvray Marie de Beauregard 2010The area known as Vouvray, in the Loire Valley of France, is one of the oldest terroirs in the country and is known for its smooth and fruity wines produced from the Chenin Blanc grape.

These wines, also known as Vouvray, have a universal appeal and notes of fig, apple, pear and honey, and pair beautifully with seafood and cheese, as well as spicy foods such as curry and sushi. 

Since the wine is pleasing to a majority of palates, it is an excellent gift to bring to friends and family.

Today, we are highlighting a delicious Guy Saget Vouvray Marie de Beauregard 2010 that has received a 92 Pt. rating from Wine Spectator and is an extremely well balanced wine. It adds subtle wooded overtones and honeysuckle fragrances with a wonderful fruity finish, underscored by ginger and almond. It has great staying power and you can drink it through 2020.

Best of all, it is priced at under $20.  Enjoy!

 

Charlotte Goldblatt

cgoldblatt@dailyfoodandwine.com

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