Wine Spectator 88 points - Shows an off-dry edge, with friendly apple and pear notes threaded with hints of piecrust, ginger and cardamom. Has just enough spine on the finish to stay honest. Drink now. 1,800 cases imported.-JM
(Jun 15 2015)
Even better than the last vintage, this presents with gorgeous creaminess and bright minerality. Citrus, stonefruit and spice appear on the palate, with notes of ginger, peach, tangerine, cardamom, and orange, and finishes long and beautifully. A wonderful representation of Vouvray. Pairs well with seared foie gras on toasted brioche with lingonberry jam, peking duck or yellow curry.
|Wine maker notes
|Marie de Beauregard Vouvray comes from an estate located in a village called “La Roche Corbon” near the city of Vouvray. We have had a partnership with this estate for over 10 years. Bruno Mineur, winemaker, then selects the best of the estate grown grapes for blending and maturing. The name “Marie de Beauregard” is a homage to the first owner’s wife of the water mill where we age the wines.