Chidaine is one of our favorite producers of win es in the Loire Valley. Compared to most Sancerre's or Pouilly Fume's, this is a tremendous value if you like Lorie Sauvignon Blanc (the ancestral home of the grape). Not sure, well for the price, it sure seems worth checking out. Light golden in color, clear and bright. The nose has minerality, hay, peach and slight grapefruit. Light bodied. Good balance. On the palate, minerality with grapefruit.
This is 100% Sauvignon Blanc from the Lorie Valley in France. Yellow/gold in color, clear and bright. The nose has a nice minerality with crushed shells. Slight grassiness. On the palate, this is slightly oily with nice minerality. Clean finish. This is a solid wine that is a very nice value at $13. It will drink well on its own or with lighter foods.
From a top producer in the Loire Valley, this is a basic Sauvignon Blanc. For $16, this is a nice value. Light green/gold in color. The nose is a bit dusty with some pine notes. With air a bit of grass and minerals emerge. On the palate, this is like eating sweet tarts. It has a dry but sugary quality to it. Tart citrus. It took some getting used to but then it drank fine. Long finish. Worked great with an assortment of cheeses which really helped the wine come together.