The nouvelle vague (New Wave) of French film dazzled movie goers in the 1950s and ’60s – and continues to inspire today’s film titans like Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese. It’s also the impetus behind this glamorous new white. And the “director” calling the shots in the cellar was none other than the critically acclaimed Hervé Sabardiel.
He expertly wove together the characters of three star southern grapes: Viognier (for its honeysuckle charm and the opulent texture), Muscat Blanc (for its sweet and heady floral note) and a dash of Colombard (to keep things zesty and crisp). Not wanting to upstage Cinéaste’s ripe, tropical-fruit intensity, he left the wine gloriously unoaked. This rich and voluptuous white is a perfect match for a whole cast of dinner options – order your share today.