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La Couronne des Plantagenets Vouvray
Case price from: £10.00
Per item: £10.00 £7.50
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Morrisons The Best Vouvray
Case price from: £9.99
Per item: £11.99 £9.99
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Vouvray Sec "Expresion de Silex" , Loire
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Per item: £10.00
M&S Classics Vouvray Demi Sec
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Per item: £13.99 £11.99
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Vouvray Domaine des Aubuisières Cuvée de Perr...
Case price from: £13.49
Per item: £14.99 £13.49 £9.32 (with voucher)
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Les Heritiers Dubois Vouvray
Case price from: £15.99
Per item: £15.99 £9.74 (with voucher)
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Clos du Gaimont Vouvray Demi Sec
Case price from: £10.39
Per item: £12.99 £10.39
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Bernard Fouquet Cuvee de Silex Vouvray
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Per item: £13.00
Pierre Brevin Vouvray
Case price from: £15.99
Per item: £15.99
Domaine Careme Vouvray Spring Sec
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Per item: £15.99 £9.74 (with voucher)
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Clos du Gaimont Vouvray Sec
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About Vouvray Wines

Vouvray is the best known appellation in Touraine, and is famed for its unique, distinctive, and long-lived still and sparkling wines, produced from the Chenin Blanc grape. The complexity, longevity, and structure of the wines made in these areas are world class, and the wines show the sheer quality and potential of the Chenin Blanc, at its very best. Vouvray produces dry, medium, sweet and sparkling white wines, but all have the unique characteristic of high acidity and in the most part, longevity.

Vouvray Wine Style

Style: - this region is best known for its still and sparkling whites; crisp, vibrant, long-lived and refreshing dry fizz; elegant, quince and apple-scented medium dry whites, which have incredible acidity, and are some of the very best white wines for ageing, as they soften into a rich medley of ripe quince and bruised apple flavours and complexity; and sweet, luscious dessert wines, with a similar flavour profile, and a refreshing zestiness to balance the sweetness.

Grapes: - Chenin Blanc

Good with: - Sparkling Vouvray sec is perfect with mussels, oysters, smoked salmon and prawns. The dry and medium dry wines are delicious with any white meat cooked with fruit or in a cream sauce – creamy chicken casserole, fruity pork with apple stuffing, and also great with north African tagines. They also work very well with spiced up fish dishes, and salmon with ginger and soy. The sweet wines are a dream with fruit based desserts and also unctuous, rich, soft cheeses.

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