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Les Deux Vallées Savennières 2019

Savennières AOP

Classic, citrus-zipped, dry Chenin Blanc, from a true specialist and the top appellation of Savennières. Philippe Socheleau uses grapes from his finest vineyards, situated in two valleys. Lees ageing lends creamy weight to its intense lemon fruit.

Beyond the Label

Tasting notes

Lemon, honeyed, candied fruit and stony minerality


Rounded and refreshing. Lemon, ripe pear, quince; a mineral finish

Allergy information

Contains sulphites

Les Deux Vallées Savennières 2019

More information

  • 13.5% ABV
  • 10.13 Units
  • 750.00 ml
  • 1 January, 2025
  • Vegan

The Socheleau family are relatively new to wine, but they've learnt fast. Réne Socheleau was an apple grower, but his son Philippe was looking for a new direction. So, in 2001, they purchased Domaine des Deux Vallées with proceeds from selling their apple orchards. One of the first things they did was to rip out the plantings of Sauvignon and Chardonnay. This is fine wine territory for Chenin Blanc. Their vineyards lie on two main terroirs (hence the name Deux Vallées). The first is on the slopes between the Loire and the Layon; the second is around the village of Saint Lambert du Latay. Aged on fine lees for six months, this is a rich, rounded, yet intensely citrusy white, with light smoke notes and minerality. A superb dinner party wine.

"I served this on Christmas Day and it went down a storm. Perfectly smooth, fresh white" 5 Star Online Review
For the 2018 vintage
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