If you like the idea of an organic wine, but you don't want to pay an arm and a leg to remain pesticide-free, you might want to consider this fresh, fruity, dry white wine from the south of France. It may not be extraordinarily complex, but it's youthful, lively and has a pleasing mix of pear, peach, lime, cherry, orange and granny smith apple flavors. Its 53 percent sauvignon blanc composition gives it a mildly herbal edge, while the 33 percent viognier and 14 percent grenache contribute to its fruit bowl of flavors.
2009 Naked Earth Organic White
Serve with: Fish, shellfish
Wine Find: 2009 Naked Earth Organic White
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