Food and travel writer and wine lover, especially Burgundy.
Smells and tastes like citrus, river rock and gooseberry. Good value and all too easy to drink. — 7 months ago
This Loire-inspired Chenin from Paso Robles has plenty of citrus and oak on the nose. It takes like lemon rind and wet stone with the tiniest hint of fresh peach. It’s very dry at the beginning, but I get a little sweetness at the very end. — a year ago
I fell in love with Saint-Veran when I was living in France and I learned it was very close to Pouilly-Fuisse, but less expensive. It has been a while since I’ve had one, but this bottle reminds me of why I like it. Citrusy with the slightest taste of a ripe pear, it goes down so easily. — a year ago