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Domaine de Grezan Chardonnay, Pays D'Oc

FOOD & WINE Wine Club Domaine de Grezan Chardonnay, Pays D'Oc FOOD & WINE Wine Club Domaine de Grezan Chardonnay, Pays D'Oc
Winery Domaine Grezan
Grape Chardonnay
Year 2013
Country France
Appellation Pays d'Oc

$15.00 per bottle

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If you know where to look, France’s Pays d’Oc region is a trove of ridiculously good values, like this vibrant, silky Chardonnay.
What You Need To Know
The Pays d’Oc (“pay-ee dock”) is a vast and immensely varied wine region that covers most of France’s Mediterranean coast. Château Grézan is located in Faugres, a rugged, hilly appellation inland from Béziers that’s cooler than the coastal plains below. The “château” is actually a jaw-dropping fortress, built in the late 19th century as a reconstruction of a medieval stronghold of the Knights Templar. The Lanson family (of Champagne fame) sold Grézan’s vineyards and winery to two local winegrowers, Remi Fardel and Jean Louis Pujol, in 1988 (though the Lansons still count the château as a family home). What distinguishes this Chardonnay are its crisp, bright fruit flavors—a result, in part, of the region’s schist-laden soils and cool nights.
Smell It
Smell It
Pear and lemon scents with a tropical edge.
Taste It
Taste It
Bright, pure pear and apricot flavors.
Serve It
Serve It
Chilled.
Pair It
Pair It
Mildly flavored seafood and poultry dishes.