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Château de la Roulerie Les Grandes Brosses Anjou Blanc

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Winery Château de la Roulerie
Grape Chenin Blanc
Year 2012
Country France
Appellation Anjou

$13.00 per bottle

Member Price: $11.70
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White wines from the Loire’s Anjou appellation are made mostly in a crisp, dry style from the versatile Chenin Blanc grape.
What You Need To Know
In France, any old wine estate can call itself a “château ,” even if the grandest building on the property is a cement garage. Château de la Roulerie, on the other hand, is the real deal—an elegant, classically styled home set on 54 acres in the Loire River valley. It even takes its name, according to lore, from a knight who owned the estate in the 1300s. Owners Philippe and Marie Germain have spent the past decade rehabilitating its vineyards (now farmed organically) and refining its wines. Originally from Bordeaux, Philippe comes from a winemaking family. He shows a deft touch in this oak-free, entrylevel Chenin, which gets its creamy texture from aging on its spent yeast (called “lees”).
Smell It
Smell It
Bright, minerally pear and honey scents.
Taste It
Taste It
Crisp and light, with pineapple and quince flavors.
Serve It
Serve It
Well chilled.
Pair It
Pair It
Zesty seafood and poultry dishes; salads and salty cheeses.