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Domaine des Mazelles Chenonceaux Blanc 2018

Medium Bodied White
Size: 75cl
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Pale gold in appearance - on the nose; notes of ripe citrus, apricot and hints of tropical fruit. Lightly toasted brioche hits the palate alongside pineapple, lychee and refreshing pear. The wine is complex and elegant with a long finish. Food Pairings: A good pairing with fish dishes in light sauces or with a good goats cheese.
Cork / Cork Type
Cork / Cork Type
Cheese & Pate
Cheese & Pate
Chicken, Pork & Lamb
Chicken, Pork & Lamb
Cured & Smoked  Meats
Cured & Smoked Meats
Fish & Seafood
Fish & Seafood
Medium Bodied White
Medium Bodied White
Dry Sweetness
Dry Sweetness
At a Glance

Country: France, Touraine

Closure: Cork / Cork Type

Enjoy With: Cheese & Pate, Chicken, Pork & Lamb, Cured & Smoked Meats, Fish & Seafood

Wine Style: Medium Bodied White

Vintage: 2018

Sweetness: Dry

ABV: 12.5%

Touraine-Chenonceaux, named after the famous cha?teau, is an elite Touraine appellation that was created in 2011. The vineyard is made up to 50 hectares of the best Touraine vineyards overlooking the river Cher and the yield is restricted to 50 hl/ha while the wines undergo extended lees ageing to add weight and complexity.

This estate is situated in the Cher Valley, a tributary of the river Loire, in the village of The?se?e. The vineyard extends mainly over the steep slopes of the north bank of the river Cher, with southwest and southeastern exposure, so there is good natural drainage, and the soil types are clay-limestone and shallow clay-siliceous with the presence of flint.

Winemaking Techniques

Meticulous planning ensures the grapes are picked at thier very best before being pressed and its juice fermented in low temperatures of around 12°-22°c. Maturation occurs for at least six months in stainless steel tanks before bottling.


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