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Marc Bredif Vouvray

Marc Bredif Vouvray

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Discover the Elegance of Marc Brédif Vouvray Classic – Tasting Notes & Perfect Pairings


From the idyllic Loire Valley in France comes a white wine of exquisite balance and freshness – Marc Brédif Vouvray Classic. Crafted entirely from the Chenin Blanc grape, this wine encapsulates the essence of its renowned region, offering a unique expression that delights both seasoned wine lovers and those new to the world of fine French wine.

Tasting Notes

  • Appearance: A vibrant pale yellow with subtle golden highlights.
  • Nose: Aromas of ripe pear, quince, and honeysuckle mingle with delicate citrus notes and a hint of minerality reminiscent of wet stones.
  • Palate: Initially, flavours of crisp green apple and juicy pear come forward. The wine's signature minerality adds a lovely complexity. While possessing a touch of sweetness, it remains delightfully fresh thanks to a vibrant acidity. The finish is long and clean, leaving a lingering impression of citrus and a hint of honey.

The Versatility of Vouvray

One of the joys of Marc Brédif Vouvray Classic is its incredible versatility at the table. Let's explore some delectable food pairings:

  • Seafood Delights: Vouvray sings alongside oysters, shellfish, and white fish dishes. Its crisp acidity cuts through richness, while the subtle sweetness complements delicate seafood flavours.
  • Soft & Creamy Cheeses: The wine's acidity balances beautifully with the richness of cheeses like Camembert, Brie, or a tangy goat cheese.
  • Asian Flavours: Think Thai curries with a coconut milk base or flavorful stir-fries. Vouvray's touch of sweetness and vibrant acidity complement the often complex spices in these dishes.
  • Spiced Desserts: Pair with fruit-based desserts like apple tart or pear crumble. The wine's subtle sweetness and acidity won't overwhelm but will enhance these classic flavours.


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