The l’Escargot 2013 Sauvignon Blanc (Côtes de Gascogne) wine is of the Sauvignon Blanc variety from France, produced within the nan vineyard in the Southwest France province. The cost is $14. This wine has a score of 91/100 (an outstanding score).
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This is a smooth, fruity wine, with attractive acidity and a touch of spice as well as the yuca fruit. The acidity is just right, giving it a crisp aftertaste. Drink now.
This is a fruity wine with a color that suggests sunshine and freshness. It is fresh, crisp and generous. The main fruit is red apple, while the acidity is fresh and lively. The aftertaste is light and bright. Drink now.
The loamy soil of this vineyard could use some time as it is still developing. Still, it has the structure and freshness of the vintage. It is a heavily wood-based wine, a touch of smoke and spice that needs time to open. Drink from 2017.
This is a tight wine, with a dry core that needs time to soften. The fruit is still on the dry side, while the acidity at the end gives the wine a lift. Drink from 2017.
This is a fresh and fruity wine that is a blend of the two traditional grape varieties: Pommard and Roussanne. The fruit is high in acidity, which gives a crisp edge to the wine, giving it bright acidity at the end. Drink now.
This is a juicy, fruity wine that is light and open. It is ripe for the summer, with its apple and citrus fruits. The acidity at the end changes the balance, giving the juice behind the light, juicy and fruity fruitiness. Drink from 2017.
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