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Montagnac Sauvignon Blanc 2013


Old World Sauvignon Blanc.  A real gem with good depth, length and soft mouthfeel.  Flavours of zesty lemon, ripe peach, honeysuckle and sweet dried herbs with subtle notes of crystallized fruit, orange peel and butterscotch.

100% Sauvignon Blanc.  13% abv.  75cl

I find this Sauvignon Blanc charming, easy drinking with or without food and a pleasure to sip at the price.
Review by: Kate Thompson, 02/04/2009

We simply keep coming back for more of this charming wine. I heartily recommend it.
Review by: James Mathers, 25/03/2009

A nice dry crisp wine that we enjoy with a verity of foods but mainly fish
Review by: Jacob Pointer, 18/03/2009

We approached you on a recommendation to select suitable wines for our company to send as Christmas gifts to selected clients. We have received several letters of thanks where they especially made reference to the high quality of wines we chose. Thank you for your help over the selection of wines. Economic conditions permitting we will be back to you next year.
Review by: Charles Reynolds, 09/03/2009

A very nice example of a simple Sauvignon Blanc you may be able to get cheaper but not at this quality. The fruit oozes through
Review by: Abson Ralph, 09/03/2009

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A terrific Sauvignon Blanc made in the Languedoc Roussillon by a small co-operative dating back to the 1930s the vineyards stretch from the banks of Thau Lagoon to the foothills of the mountains on the right bank of the River Hérault.

Sauvignon Blanc makes the famous white wines of Bordeaux, Pouilly Fumé and Sancerre in the Loire Valley. Montagnac Sauvignon is a pale yellow gold, with an attractive light orange tinge and  can stand up to the spicier  Asian foods, Mexican dishes based on tomatillos, Japanese dishes such as sushi and sashimi and is great with barbequed spare ribs and both marinaded chicken drumsticks and pork chops.

Andrew Barrow, Spittoon
Three Wines from France: The Montagnac Range

Montagnac Sauvignon Blanc, Vin de Pays d'Oc, France - Not a gooseberry in slight on this lemon-juice coloured wine. The palate is distinctly crisp with an element of smoke and flint. Soft, supple and easy to drink. Nice mineral-led finish. Alcohol 13%. Scribblings Rating - 86/100 [3.25 out of 5]

Learn more about Montagnac Sauvignon on Nicks Blog:  Discovering Montagnac Sauvignon Blanc 

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