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Chateau de Tracy Pouilly Fume

£17.99 per bottle

This Chateau de Tracy Mademoiselle de St Baville comes from a line of award winning wines. It is a zingy and refreshing dry white wine made from the Sauvignon Blanc grape from the chic Pouilly Fumé region in the Loire Valley. Crisp lime, gooseberry, white peach and herbaceous green bell pepper notes. Easy drinking and pairs well with salads, seafood, chicken or soft cheeses.

Decanter World Wine Awards 2016 - Bronze Medal

Wine Facts

Style Zingy and refreshing dry white wine
Country France
Region Pouilly Fumé, Loire
Vintage 2013
Grape Sauvignon Blanc
Alcohol 13%
Bottle Size 75cl

Count Henry d'Assay and his sisters, who own Château de Tracy are descendents of Scottish nobility. The first members of this family to move to France belonged to a Scottish army, which crossed the channel in the fifteenth Century, to help the future King Charles VII of France in the Hundred Year War. 

One of the descendents François, married the Lady of Tracy in 1586, and the Château has been in the family ever since. 

Vineyard & Wine Region Information

This Chateau de Tracy Mademoiselle de St Baville comes from a line of award winning wines. It is a zingy and refreshing dry white wine made from the Sauvignon Blanc grape from the chic Pouilly Fumé region in the Loire Valley. Crisp lime, gooseberry, white peach and herbaceous green bell pepper notes. Easy drinking and pairs well with salads, seafood, chicken or soft cheeses.

Decanter World Wine Awards 2016 - Bronze Medal

Wine Facts

Style Zingy and refreshing dry white wine
Country France
Region Pouilly Fumé, Loire
Vintage 2013
Grape Sauvignon Blanc
Alcohol 13%
Bottle Size 75cl

Count Henry d'Assay and his sisters, who own Château de Tracy are descendents of Scottish nobility. The first members of this family to move to France belonged to a Scottish army, which crossed the channel in the fifteenth Century, to help the future King Charles VII of France in the Hundred Year War. 

One of the descendents François, married the Lady of Tracy in 1586, and the Château has been in the family ever since. 

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