This wine is just starting to come into its own. A gorgeous showing for this Sauvignon Blanc from France. Light golden in color, clear and bright. The nose is pretty with melon, peaches and minerality. Medium bodied. Crisp yet welcoming at the same time. Great balance. Depth and complexity. The peach notes are stronger on the palate along with a chalkiness. Long finish. Just delicious. This sill work great with seafood or lighter pasta dishes and of course, on its own. No hurry, this seems like it is in middle age and will easily got another ten to twelve years.
Both Francis and Pascal Cotat wineries make some of the best Sauvignon Blancs in the world. These are age worthy white wines that are truly unique expressions. This one, while still young, was singing with a bit of air. Light golden in color with some green hues. The nose has chalk, gun powder, and pear notes. Just a hint of caramel. On the palate, this has a whiff of sweetness; just ever so slightly off dry. The pears carry thru and the gun powder turns more smoky. This is deep and complex. It went quite well with a creamy tomato soup. This likely will continue to improve for ano