Domaine William Fèvre Saint Bris 2017

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When is Chablis not Chardonnay?

When it’s Saint Bris!

This is sauvignon blanc from the ultra cool climate of Northern Burgundy – uniquely the only appellation in the region allowed to grow this variety. 

It’s intensely floral – like walking through the long grass of a wildflower sprinkled field, in the height of spring. The fruit is much more restrained compared to its friends in New Zealand. There’s juicy white nectarine, a hint of passionfruit and the herbaceous lift of fig leaf. 

Light-bodied, silky and supple, with a bright lime-juice acidity, this wine calls for lightly grilled whiting fillets anointed with late-harvest extra virgin olive oil.

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