2011 Domaine Faverot Côtes du Luberon Blanc (Previously $13)

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Domaine Faverot was converted in the 1920s from a silk worm farm to a wine growing domaine. Today, it thrives under the guidance of François and Sally Faverot de Kerbrech. The domaine is situated in the foothills of the Luberon mountain range in France's southern Rhône Valley. The 20 acres of classic Rhône varietals are surrounded by pine forests and wild provençal garrigue. The 2011 Domaine Faverot Côtes du Luberon Blanc is a blend of Grenache Gris, Roussanne and Rolle (a.k.a. Vermentino). This Provençal white is redolent of pear, peaches and white flowers. It is dry and fresh on the palate, yet generous enough to pair with a wide variety of Provençal fare including rosemary roast chicken, grilled snapper or a selection of cheeses. 13.5% abv.

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Alcohol Content (%): 13.5