Picpoul Blanc

Picpoul Blanc (1)

Picpoul Blanc is native to southern France, and is drunk there by the gallon alongside local oysters. It is high acidity, making it a great food wine, and is often used to brighten up Languedoc whites, which can be riper and flabbier. Picpoul is most famously known in the appellation ‘Picpoul de Pinet’, where it is grown by the sea. It is juicy, fruity, very easy to drink and usually made in a very dry, crisp style. Examples aged on the lees can also have more savoury flavours. If you like the crisp, dry fruitiness of Sauvignon Blanc, Picpoul is a great grape to experiment with.

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