Le Voleur de Vin BLanc
- Gascogne, Southern France, France
- Ugni Blanc, Colombard
Le Voleur de Vin Blanc is made by Boutinot Gascony it is made up of a blend of 75% Colombard and 25% Ugni Blanc. This is a classic blend from Gascony, Colombard and Ugni Blanc are both indigenous grape varieties of the region.
This zippy white from Gascony is a real steal! Immediately aromatic with herbaceous green notes on the nose, the palate is also fresh with hints of tropical fruits.
Ideal as an aperitif or with fish and chips, simple vegetable or salad dishes.
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Sommelier Wine Awards 2018
Boutinot started life in Greater Manchester in 1972 when Paul Boutinot begin to collect wines from France and bring back to Manchester to sell at his parents restaurant. Paul's reputation quickly begin to grow and it wasn't long before other restaurants were asking for him to sell them wine and the company was started in 1980 as a wine supplier.
Boutinot have furthered their reputation for great value wines by starting to produce wines themselves. They have partnered with Italian producer Adria Vini, have their own vineyard holdings and winery in France and vineyards in South Africa, and now a large percentage of Boutinot's portfolio is their own production.