Domaine des Huards | Romo
If Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay had a baby
Imagine the perfect wine with grilled peach and Burrata.. nuf said! â€˜Romoâ€™ as this wine is appropriately named, is made from a little-known grape called Romorantin, which only grows in this tiny region within a region of the Loire Valley, France. Itâ€™s a very distant cousin of Chardonnay and has all the stone fruit peachy goodness, but finishes with this huge crisp citrus rind burst of energy.
Winery Domaine de Huards
Origin Cour-Cheverny, Loire Valley, France
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