PHILIPPE DE ROTHCHILD SAUV BLANC 2009

The wine is pale in color, with a varietal Sauv blanc nose, albeit on the milder side. There’s the usual lemon, citris and grass coming through. On the mid pallet the flavors are spot on and match the bouquet. Again, citris, lemon and grass all there, present but on the milder side. The finish is on the lighter side of medium. This is a well made, middle of the road Sauv Blanc. It is VERY food friendly. I must say I quite enjoyed this one. It would go very well and would be quite refreshing on a patio on a hot summer day! Give it a try, it’s in the regular section …

From the LCBO web site:
PHILIPPE DE ROTHCHILD SAUV BLC LCBO 407536 | 750 mL bottle
Price: $ 10.95 Wine, White Wine 12.5% Alcohol/Vol.

Made in: Languedoc, France By: Baron Philippe De Rothschild S.A.

Tasting Note
Straw colour; grassy, citrus, herbaceous nose; medium body and crisp acidity, clean finish

Serving Suggestion
Great with light lunches, grilled seafood & light cheeses

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