Mister Saumon and his Caporal, A Nice Little Loire Wine

As soon as I saw this little Loire wine, the Caporal by Mister Saumon in Husseau, the label made me thirsty for it.

Jim's Loire in Frantz Saumon: Portes Ouvertes (June 2009) describes this Caporal (Montlouis Sec) as 'floral, hint of honey, purity and long mineral finish'

A white wine it is, I believe 100% Chenin Blanc.

Thanks to Stephane Poulart for sharing his label snapshot (above) with us all.

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