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Six-Pack Special: 2015 Domaine de Cassagnoles Côtes de Gascogne Reserve Selection Cuvée Gros Manseng

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Six-Pack $54.60

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I know you, you intrepid white wine lover. You have an adventurous palate and you love to explore new wine regions. Sure, you have your favorites, but there is nothing more exciting to you than finding a hidden gem, a wine made from an obscure grape varietal from an off-the-beaten-path wine destination. It's even better when this wine can be yours for under $10 per bottle, right? Today, scratch that itch for something new without burning a hole in your wallet with today's Six-Pack Special, the 2015 Domaine de Cassagnoles Côtes de Gascogne Reserve Selection Cuvée Gros Manseng!

Côtes de Gascogne wines hail from the region of Gascony in Southwest France*, which has proven to be a veritable gold mine for well-priced wines that are high in quality. The Gros Manseng varietal is grown widely here and thrives in the region's chalky soil, producing a wine that has generous fruit flavors interwoven with clean, mineral-driven accents. Today's wine is made from 100% Gros Manseng and offers ripe aromas and flavors of white peach, green apple and honeydew melon. This delicious "fruit salad" is tempered with minerality and bracing acidity, so go right ahead and have a glass before dinner, and if there is anything left in the bottle, MATCH IT UP with your favorite seafood and chicken dishes. CHEERS!
13% Alcohol

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*Côtes de Gascogne is a wine-growing district in Gascony producing principally white wine. It is mainly located in the département of the Gers in the French region Midi-Pyrénées, and it belongs to the wine region South West France.The designation Côtes the Gascogne is used for a Vin de Pays ("country wine") produced in the Armagnac area. (Wikipedia)