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LS271 The Treasure of the Loire: Chenin Blanc

  • 27 Sep 2013
  • 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM
  • Private residence, 75004 Paris; Métro: Sully-Morland
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Friday, September 27Credit: Meredith Mullins

No white grape in France is more interesting than Chenin--on the condition that it is planted in some of the soils that seem to have been hand made for this particular grape on the banks of the Loire. 

The tuffeaus of Vouvray and Montlouis, the weave of schists, slates and sandstones in Savennières and the Coteaux du Layon--all have their say in helping create a unique version of the unctuous, winsome wines that this grape can produce.

Thomas Boothe's extensive knowledge and passion for wine make him a popular, one-of-a-kind instructor. His innovative teaching style has been fueled through work and study in a variety of wine-related fields.
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