Well of Wine Sauvignon Blanc is a dusty wine. It has an aromatic scent, tingling, exciting and invigorating in taste. It is crystal clear with notes of white fruit and a delicious fresh dry taste with a lively acidity. Read more
The wines with the label Well of Wine come from the Languedoc. No area in France is as versatile as the same Languedoc. It is an area where just about anything is possible. In addition to traditional appellation blended wines, it produces a range of modern varietal wines, which is why the region is often compared to the New World. Significantly, those once so hated varietal wines, most of which bear the IGP Pays d'Oc designation of origin, have become extremely popular not only abroad, but also in France itself.
Wine has played an important role in our lives for centuries. A get-together, a dinner and a love are often accompanied by beautiful wines. Well of Wine has a series of wines that are perfect for any occasion. Some would speak of house wines, but the word "business cards" covers it better. Well of Wine stands for a collection of wines that are each made from a single grape variety. So Cépa wines. On the back label of each wine, therefore, the hand of the winegrower is depicted with grapes of the variety, or the varietal variety, used for the wine in question. That French terminology is appropriate, because the wines come from the Languedoc. Well of Wine also stands for sustainably produced wines, using the most contemporary techniques and in an accessible style. Wines for everyone, both layman and connoisseur, with an optimal ratio between price and quality.
|Appellation||Vin de France|
|Match with||As an aperitif, with fresh salads, grilled vegetables and goat cheese.|
|Profile||Dusty, lively, dry and fresh.|