French White Wine
Of the many white grape varieties grown in France, only a handful has come to make up what is a dazzling spectrum of styles and traditions across the country's better-known appellations. As with red, French white wine is more about the 'where' than it is the 'what'. Which is why, for example, 'Chablis', 'Meursault' and 'Mâcon' all mean chardonnay, and 'Sancerre', 'Pouilly-Fumé' and 'Touraine' sauvignon blanc, each with a distinct expression of its environs. At FVD, we're focused on offering you what we feel to be some of the most authentic, best-value expressions of these places, whilst being sure to include a couple of France's more regional, single varietal wines (muscadet, picpoul) for those truly local flavours perfect for everyday drinking.