Wine of the Week: Olivier Gessler Cotes de Gascogne White

Noel’s Wine of the Week
Olivier Gessler Cotes de Gascogne White
Mary Taylor Wine, Cotes de Gascogne, IGP, France, 2019

50% Colombard, 20% Ugni Blanc, 20% Gros Manseng, 10% Sauvignon.
In the traditional spirit of the “Old World,” each Mary Taylor Wine has been selected as a faithful ambassador of its geographical origin, true to local traditions and the vision of the individual farmer who bottled it. We are proud to offer affordable wines of genuine quality and integrity (no shortcuts) that will bring the magic of their “terroirs” to life wherever you choose to enjoy them: at a dinner party, next to the grill, or even just on a quiet night at home. The Gessler family, 4th generation winemakers, produce indigenous varietials on thoughtfully farmed properties in France. Colombard is the offspring of Chenin Blanc and Gouis Blanc; this makes the grape the sibling of the Armagnac Meslier-Saint-Francois and the nearly extinct Cognac grape Balzac blanc. Tart and fruity Ugni Blanc is also know as Trebbiano. Gros Manseng is a dry varietal found in Juarancon wines.

Our Price: $12.99 /bottle
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Discounted Case: $140.29

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