Baudoin Savennieres 2011


Patrick Baudouin’s Savennières 2011 is made from 3 different parcels of low yielding, old Chenin vines with an average age of 35 years planted on ancient schist soils. Patrick is passionate about making wines with minimal intervention – he uses only the gentlest pressing of the grapes to produce the purest expression of Chenin and terroir. Aged on the fine lees for 10 months in a combination of 50% new Burgundian Oak Barrels and 50% old, the oak is very well-integrated. This Savennières is precise with an intense, smokey minerality.

Grapes: Chenin Blanc (100%)

Alcohol: 13.5%


Type: White

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  • Country: France

    Region: Loire

    Sub-Region: Anjou

    Appellation: AOC Savennieres

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  • Closure: Cork


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