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Division-Villages | 'La Frontiere' Sauvignon Blanc

Oregon-born, French in style

Original price $29 - Original price $29
Original price
$29 - $29
Current price $29

Oregon, and specifically the Willamette Valley, has become one of the world's most well known regions for Pinot Noir and this wine makes a solid case for gorgeous Sauvignon Blanc from the region as well. Mimicking the style of the Loire Valley, France, this Sauv Blanc is plump with richer fruit like mango and balanced out with a slightly grassy, mineral edge.

Delicious With

Contrast this with goat brie or chèvre on crusty bread or crostini. Delish with light and fresh seafood - shrimp, salmon, or Baja fish tacos. Or pair it with French onion soup

Their Cred

Tom and Kate met, drank a bottle of Oregon Pinot, fell in love, and decided to make wine together. The story had a few more turns than that, but that’s the gist and it brings us to their most recent project called Division Wine based in Portland, Oregon. They originally started as a co-op with a couple other wineries making wines inspired by their travels and wine studies in the Loire Valley, France. With their more casual “Village” line of wines, they celebrate the French vin de soif style of easy-drinking Gamay. l’Avoiron is the name of the volcano near the vineyard where Tom and Kate worked in Auvergne (a region in central France known for its forests, mountains, dormant volcanos, and hot springs – made famous by Vichy mineral water).

Winery   Division-Villages

Type   Sauvignon Blanc

Origin   Willamette Valley & Columbia River Gorge, Washington