Mary Taylor Chignin Benjamin Ravier 2021

Mary Taylor Chignin Benjamin Ravier 2021


Description & Tasting Notes

Why this wine?

At the eastern edge of the Rhône Alps in the Savoie you find Chignin (directly facing the hill of Chartreuse). Chignin AOP runs up the southwest facing slopes of the Bauges Mountains, including the larger Chignin-Bergeron. One of 16 subregions of Vin de Savoie, Chignin AOC permits the use of Jacquère and up to 20% of a small selection of white varietals, including Chardonnay and Aligoté. Our 100% Jacquère showcases the vibrancy and minerality of this alpine grape variety, benefiting from lots of sun, cool climate, and high-drainage sloping vineyards. 

This wine opens with soft notes of white flowers and peach, with a slightly weighty mid pallet, and a finish that bursts with lime and acidity. At once elegant, approachable, and refreshing. 

Wine Details
Category: Origins: France Varietal: Jacquere Region: Rhone Valley Appellation: Chignin Product ID: 1077

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