Karine Lauverjat Pouilly-Fume - Grain & Vine | Natural Wines, Rare Bourbon and Tequila Collection

Karine Lauverjat Pouilly-Fume

$ 24

The 2021 Karine Lauverjat Pouilly-Fume is an elegant expression of the world-renowned Loire Valley. From the esteemed Pouilly-Fumé appellation, Karine Lauverjat consistently crafts wines that reflect the unique terroir of the region, marrying traditional techniques with modern sensibilities. This wine, made entirely from Sauvignon Blanc grapes, is a dazzling embodiment of Loire Valley excellence.


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Nose: The bouquet is enchantingly aromatic, with dominant notes of gooseberry, green apple, and fresh lime. As the aroma unfolds, it reveals subtle hints of flint and smoke, a characteristic nod to the "fumé" in its name, complemented by underpinnings of elderflower and freshly cut grass.

Palate: On the palate, this Pouilly-Fume impresses with its crisp acidity and vibrant fruitiness. There's a wonderful interplay of citrus fruits like lemon and grapefruit, alongside green apple and a touch of passionfruit. The wine's mineral backbone, reminiscent of wet river stones, adds depth and complexity, enhancing its overall structure.

Finish: The wine concludes with a lingering and refreshing finish. The initial burst of fruit gently fades, making way for a pronounced minerality and a slight smokiness, which together create a harmonious and lasting impression.

A wine of such distinction as the 2021 Karine Lauverjat Pouilly-Fume deserves to be paired with dishes that elevate its innate characteristics. Seafood is a natural choice; consider oysters on the half shell, pan-seared scallops, or a delicate crab salad. The wine's mineral notes would beautifully match a fresh goat cheese salad with mixed greens and vinaigrette. For vegetarians, asparagus risotto or green pea and mint soup would be a delightful companion, highlighting the wine's green fruit and herbal nuances. And for a simple yet impactful pairing, opt for a classic French goat cheese, like Crottin de Chavignol, to truly celebrate the wine's Loire Valley origins.