Category Archives: France

Savennières

Savennières Fast Facts: Communes of Production: Savennières, La Possonnière, Bouchmaine, producing roughly 4500 hl of wine annually in 145 ha in the Maine-et-Loire département Encépagement: 100% Chenin Blanc Min. Must Weight: Sec 186g/L Demi-Sec or sweeter 212g/L Min. Alcohol: (Sec) … Continue reading

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Exploring the Côte: Santenay

As I’ve mentioned before, I’ve been taking the online Master Burgundy course from the French Wine Society. It’s been a great opportunity to really cement this great region into my brain. So, I’d like to explore these areas through further … Continue reading

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Generalizations About Côte d’Or Villages

Burgundy has been the object of my study most recently, since I won an awesome scholarship for the Burgundy Master-Level Program offered by the French Wine Society.  Consequently, I’ll probably have some Burgundy-heavy posts in the coming months.  Thanks to … Continue reading

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