Vincent Caillé Gros Plant du Nantais 2014 is from France, and is a tangy, bright white wine.
Who’s idea was it to call a grape ‘Gros Plant’? The farmers, of course, because this vine (also known as Folle Blanche which is used for Cognac production) grows like a wild weed and needs heavy pruning to make quality wine. This crisp, dry white comes from the Nantais region in Northern France, where the nearby chilly Atlantic shapes its tangy, crunchy style. Bursting with bright lemony flavours from organically farmed grapes, the finish is long and minerally… ideal with oysters, sorrel soup, or spring herb salad.