From: Loire, France
Varietal: Sauvignon Blanc
"Only about thirty-five growers produce wine in the tiny 200-hectare appellation of Quincy, which means you don’t see much of it in the U.S. market. It’s a shame, as cheerful, unoaked wine like this one happens to be the antidote to your post-holiday blues. Grown on pink limestone and sandy soil flecked with sparkly silex, the Sauvignon Blanc of Quincy is a little more plump than its neighbors in Reuilly and Sancerre. One glass has enough sunbeams to brighten and lengthen even the shortest winter days." –Jane Berg, Kermit Lynch
Tasting Notes: With a distinctive flavor profile born from warmer soils, this wine tastes of ripe, succulent citrus devoid of grassiness, while boasting the same flinty nerve as a good Sancerre. The snappy finish beckons a refill.
Pairing: Light and crisp Quincy Sauvignon Blancs are traditionally enjoyed as an aperitif or paired with seafood, shellfish, or grilled fish. Alternatively, try pairing this with a goat cheese omelet, an arugula salad with Brie and a citrus vinaigrette dressing, or even a roasted pork loin. these wines with Brie, arugula salad with a citrus vinaigrette dressing, and roasted pork loin.
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