Alongside the Loire Valley rivers is the vineyard of this lovely white wine on hillsides of clay and limestone. The wine, acclaimed by critics as one of the region’s finest, is pale yellow with tints of green and is 100 percent Sauvignon Blanc. Round and full, it offers hints of white blossoms and exotic fruits. Serve with Loire Valley goat cheese, shellfish, seafood and salads, says Cape Classics. It is 12.5 percent ABV. www.paul-buisse.com
This moderately priced Sauvignon Blanc from the Loire Valley on the banks of the River Cher in the western part of France, makes a great addition to wine-by-the-glass lists for summer months.
The Paul Buisse vineyards in Touraine are on hillsides along the Loire and Cher rivers, where grapes are grown in soils rich in clay and limestone. Fresh, floral and fruity, the wine reflects the district’s terroir and celebrates summer. The vineyards are spread over 50 acres. Checkout www.paul-bouisse.com and www.capeclassics.com.
From hillsides overlooking the Loire, Paul Buisse Winery produces this 100% Sauvignon Blanc, fruity and fresh, with scents of white blossoms and beeswax. Round and full-bodied, it reflects the winery’s respect for tradition and use of contemporary winemaking techniques.
This is the fourth generation to create wines from the clay and limestone soil here, celebrating 100 years. The wine is dry, lively, fruit-forward and fresh, and domaine has been called one of the best in the Touraine appellation. It is available from Cape Classics, www.capeclassics.com.