Sunday, September 18, 2011
Beyond that, there’s nothing truly remarkable about this wine. It is fresh and vivacious with a crisp finish and is excellent for drinking on its own. These very qualities make it highly suitable for mixing with crème de cassis, turning it into the popular aperitif from Provence. You can serve with a variety of cheeses – goat cheese works really well, as well as pungent French cheeses – or smoked salmon.
So if you’re looking for something different to serve with appetizers, consider this kir and this Chardonnay will work excellently.
I rate this wine with a 7.5 using my scale at the left.