2016 Domaine Condamine l'Eveque "La Dent" Picpoul de Pinet

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It’s rare to find estate-bottled wines in Picpoul de Pinet, so we are fortunate to have this direct relationship with one of the greats in the region. Made by Guilhem Bascou, whose father, Guy (and founder of the estate) was the president of the Picpoul de Pinet appellation. Both father and son work side by side, while mother Marie-Claude manages the office. The family's 15 acres of Picpoul are planted just west of the Thun Lagoon near the Mediterranean, and the coastal influence is palpable in this licksmackingly refreshing wine. It's a natural companion to seafood, but does equally well with rich cheese and charcuterie.

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Staff Image By: Sharon Kelly | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/12/2017 | Send Email
If you're looking for something other than Chardonnay or Sauvignon Blanc​, and want a bright, dry white wine with great acidity, limestone minerality, plenty of citrusy notes and a touch of Mediterranean salinity that will have you smacking your lips, then grab this bottle of one of the Languedoc's most delicious white wines, Picpoul de Pinet. I recently enjoyed this as a little liquid amuse bouche at our local Peruvian restaurant and have found it to be as equally pleasing with a rich, creamy cheese and an assortment of hams. I just love the long finish on this wine. Try this with Thanksgiving dinner, stock up for the holiday entertaining season or just keep it on hand for a daily dose of delish.

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Alcohol Content (%): 12.5