Sauvignon is unquestionably the most famous grape-variety in the world. The fruit that goes into the Deux Moulins blend comes from gravel and schist vineyards located between Anjou and Tours and is vinified at cold temperatures in stainless steel tanks to emphasize the fruit-forward nature of the wine. Crisp, light, and juicy.
Region around Anjou and Tours
From the Loire Valley’s fabulous 2019 vintage, a vintage rated 95 points in Wine Enthusiast, this sauvignon blanc is bursting with fresh citrus, gooseberry, and pineapple aromas. The juicy palate is packed with fruit and adds a subtle mineral note on the lingering finish. This will appeal to sauvignon fans of all stripes—whether you generally drink New Zealand or Sancerre. Enjoy it over the next 2-3 years with a salmon and goat cheese salad. It will also be great on the patio with fresh veggies and dip when spring weather blossoms for real.