Category Archives: Sauvignon Blanc

Goisot – white wines from northwestern Burgundy

I recently tasted some white wines from Domaine Goisot, shown by Swedish-French online merchant Caviste. Goisot’s wines come from different appellations in the Grand Auxerrois, which is the area around Chablis in the northwestern part of Burgundy. Goisot is an organic and … Continue reading

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Mixed wines

A couple of weeks ago the French-Swedish online wine dealer Franska vinlistan (“French wine list”) put on a tasting of mixed wines from their range. Here my impressions of some of the wines. Chartogne-Taillet Cuvée Sainte Anne Champagne, 50% Pinot Noir and 50% … Continue reading

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Mixed white BYOB with AuZone

In the absence of other tastings scheduled for Maundy Thursday, six of us gathered for a BYOB tasting under the auspices of our wine tasting club AuZone. E.T., who took the initiative, decided on “white and good” as our theme. As … Continue reading

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Mixed AGM wines including four French, three Aussies, three Germans, and one Turk

Our wine tasting club AuZone recent held its annual general meeting, and tradition dictates that some liquid painkillers and some blood sugar-boosting nutrition are administered before we move on to boring stuff like audit report, budget, membership fees and so … Continue reading

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2011s from Domaine Goisot – white wines from northwestern Burgundy

Domaine Goisot is located in the northwest of Burgundy, in the village of Saint-Bris-le-Vineux, and has several vineyards in what is known as Grand Auxerrois, which is the area surrounding Chablis. Goisot is an organic and biodynamic grower, and is actually certified … Continue reading

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Muscadet and other Loire wines from Sauvion, and some thoughts about Muscadet

Yes, it’s time for yet another set of “tasting notes lost and found”. In this case, of wines from Maison Sauvion in Loire. When I recently tasted a new vintage of one of their wines,  I realised that I never posted an English … Continue reading

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Some French and other wines from Roberson

London-based wine merchant Roberson Wine (I always have to stop myself from adding a “t” to their name…) also markets a select range to my native Sweden via a translated version of their website, and I recently tasted some of their … Continue reading

Posted in Beaujolais, Bordeaux, Burgundy, California, Chardonnay, Gamay, Grenache Blanc, Languedoc-Roussillon, Loire, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Tuscany | 3 Comments