A review of Blandine Le Blanc 2014 for Weekend Wine Reviews #299.
Blandine Le Blanc, 2014, France, $23.00, Wine Insiders. They say: Blandine Le Blanc is produced by Château de Cèdre, who produces award-winning wines in the Cahors region France. This wine is a blend of Colombard and Ugni-Blanc grapes. This wine is enticingly aromatic and intensely flavorful. The region of Côtes Du Gascogne ini Southwest France is a hotbed of exciting whites that are making their way to more dinner tables every year. Considered the best bet among wine lovers, the wines from this region are true crowd pleasers, offering something for everybody. It tastes like: grapefruit, pineapple and bell pepper. Best served cold. Pair it with: poultry, seafood, summer salads. We say: smooth, creamy mouthfeel. Lots of citrus. Very easy drinking and refreshing.