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From the South West region in France, this silver medal winner is an imaginative blend of three grapes including Arrufiac, Gros Manseng and Petit Courbu.
Talk about off-the-beaten-track grapes! Together, they create a really refreshing blend full of apple and apricot fruit flavours.
Delicious as an aperitif or with fishcakes.
To enjoy this wine at its best, drink within 1 year of purchase.
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Jamie Goode - S Magazine, Sunday Express 27/03/2016
Of the 2014 vintage, Jamie Goode said: “Gros manseng, arrufiac and petit courbu are the grape varieties here, and they’ve produced a deliciously stony, citrusy white with a hint of peachy richness. It’s a very tasty, full-flavoured and well-priced bottle.”
David Williams - Observer Magazine 20/11/2016
Of the 2014 vintage, David Williams said: "Made by the ever-reliable Gascon co-operative Producteurs Plaimont, this south-western French budget staple of the Tesco range is in fine nick this vintage. its super tangy grapefruit and tropical flavours make it a good all-rounder for fish and white meat."
In 1979 the three wine cooperatives of Plaisance, Aignan and Saint-Mont in the Gers joined forces to set up a united group of cooperatives and vineyards which became “Plaimont Producteurs” in the Gers. In 1999, Plaimont Producteurs were joined by the cooperatives of Crouseilles and Condom. Situated in the heart of South-West France, Plaimont's vineyards stretch from the Pyrenean foothills to the undulating Gascony hillsides covering a uniquely rich terroir.
The Saint Mont appellation presents three complementary terroirs: Plaisance, Aignan and Saint Mont. Each of these terroirs demands rigour, vigilance, carefully controlled yields and, in view of their diversity and typicity, specific requirements. Every parcel of vines (about ½ hectare) is planted with a single grape variety and identified as a separate unity which is cultivated according to its grape variety, terroir, exposition and climate.