Jolie Laide Melon de Bourgogne 2018
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Back in the late 1960s/early 1970s, UC Davis sold what they thought were cuttings of Pinot Blanc to local winemakers. However, they were actually Melon Blanc, a grape rarely planted outside Muscadet in the Loire. As a result, there are still plantings in Chalone, which is where Scott Schultz sources his grapes. This is a fascinating alternative to Muscadet: light, fresh, acidic, mouth-watering, textured, and saline. Drink with oysters.
|Wine Alcohol Content||Medium (11.5% - 13.49%)|
|Grape||Melon de Bourgogne|