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Weygandt Wines is now open for in-person shopping Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday from 2pm-6pm! We ask that you please wear a mask while inside the shop.

IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING SHIPMENTS: In light of summer's higher temperatures, we are currently in our "Hot Weather Hold," during which we may delay shipment for several weeks or months until temperatures have decreased. Click to learn more.

Domaine L'Epicourchois Cheverny Blanc 2018

$20.00
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White wine. Cheverny, Loire Valley, France. Biodynamic. 50% Sauvignon Blanc, 50% Menu Pineau. "Luc Percher’s Cheverny Blanc is a classic fifty-fifty blend of chenin blanc and sauvignon blanc. The 2018 version is a beautiful wine, offering up a refined and complex bouquet of quince, a touch of tangerine, lime peel, chalky soil tones and a potpourri of citrus blossoms in the upper register. On the palate the wine is crisp, full-bodied, focused and complex, with a lovely core of fruit, excellent soil signature, bright acids and a very long, well-balanced and zesty finish that closes with a note of beeswax. A lovely wine that is still youthful and will be even better with a few years in the cellar. 2020-2030." — 90+ Points, John Gilman, View From The Cellar #87 (May/June 2020)