Wine of the Week – Félines Jourdan Picpoul De Pinet

When you think of the Languedoc region France, you think of Picpoul De Pinet made from the original Piquepoul grape that is native to the area. Fresh and flowery, it offers aromas of citrus fruits and anise seed as well as fennel, lime and more. Ideal as an aperitif, it plays well with shellfish, oysters and grilled seafood. It’s lovely on a summer day, but don’t ignore it in the winter months! Make it your “winter white” and keep it on the shelf year-round. Félines Jourdan has been praised for its value and the New York Times called it “addictive.” This Picpoul blends three “terroirs” with their individual soils and climate – Félines, Les Cadastres, and La Coulette. Check out

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