Paul Buisse Couronne & Lions Vouvray-Wineseeker
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Paul Buisse Couronne & Lions Vouvray

Lucious and beautiful sweeter style Chenin Blanc from the Vouvray AOC in the Loire Valley.  100% Chenin Blanc, made in an off-dry and fatter style more typically seen in New Zealand.

Straw yellow in colour. Bright citrus and acacia blossom and fresh almonds on the nose. Clean up front with a broad mid-palate, waxed pear and a long savoury finish.

This wine goes beautifully with fish, seafood, creamy soups and pasta with creamy sauces.

If you are a fan of the Marc Bredif Vouvray, then you should try this one!

Region
  • France
  • France - Loire
Style
  • White Wine
Varietal
  • Chenin Blanc

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Shipping Option Per Box  Cost
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Ship to: Local Wellington Region (*) Up to 12 bottles $2.50
Ship to: Rest of New Zealand Up to 12 bottles $6.00
Ship to: Rural Deliveries Up to 12 bottles Add + $4.50
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Pierre Chainier house has a long wine history in Bordeaux reaching back to the 1700s, and relative newcomers to the Loire Valley. They now control 250 hectares of vines through the Loire with vineyards from Muscadet to Sancerre with the varied individual terroirs of chalky limestone of the Paris basin, to the flinty clay soils of the Cher Valley. Husband and wife control different vineyards and produce interestingly different styles of wines.

About Pierre Chanier

Pierre Chainier house has a long wine history in Bordeaux reaching back to the 1700s, and relative newcomers to the Loire Valley. They now control 250 hectares of vines through the Loire with vineyards from Muscadet to Sancerre with the varied individual terroirs of chalky limestone of the Paris basin, to the flinty clay soils of the Cher Valley. Husband and wife control different vineyards and produce interestingly different styles of wines.