Chateau d'Epire Savennieres Cuvee Speciale 2006
Chateau d’Epire is a on the north bank of the Loire River in the western part of the Loire River valley in the Anjou and Savennieres appellations. The estate is one of the oldest and most renowned in the region and it has been owned by the Bizard family since the 17th century. The 30-acre estate produces primarily Chenin Blanc, historically known as Pineau de la Loire. The estate offers several Savenniere
This light-bodied white wine grape has zest and versatility depending on its style. It is grown extensively in South Africa, where wineries produce dry wines. Traditional French Chenin Blancs are sweet. It is closest to Pinot Gris and Sauvignon Blanc.