1994 Baumard - Quarts de Chaume 750ml

France - Loire Valley - Anjou-Saumur/ White / Chenin Blanc   |     Watch

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29 bottles owned by 17 collectors.

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About This Producer

The Loire is renowned for spinning straw into gold when it comes to the "ignored" white grapes of the wine world. This leading property in Anjou (in the village of Rochefort sur Loire) has made its stellar reputation cultivating the precocious Chenin Blanc grape. The dry versions - Savennieres and Savennieres "Clos du Papillon" - are perfect for summer sipping and the fantastic Quarts de Chaumes is a dessert wine that rises above with a racy acidity that provides the perfect foil to its sweet stone fruit and honeyed elements. The wines speak to the thoughtful and insightful precision the owner, Florent Baumard, applies to all of his production.

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Wine Varietal: Chenin Blanc

Chenin Blanc is the backbone for many of the exceptional white wines of France's Loire Valley. Chenin Blanc's versatility lends itself to blending with a broad range of wines including crisp, dry table wines, light, refreshing sparkling wines, and rich, nectar-like dessert wines. Beyond France, South Africa and California are also enjoying success with this variety. South Africa, where Chenin Blanc has been growing for decades (under the name Steen), devotes a third of its vines to the variety. Typical descriptors for Chenin Blanc include quince, apples, honey, beeswax, wool, peaches, barley sugar, marzipan, and wild plums.

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