A. Levasseur Rue de Sorbier Brut Nature
Appearance Dazzling in the glass, it calls to mind fine antique gold.
Nose Notice aromas of gingerbread, honey, fig and candied citrus, plus a distinct whiff of toffee.
Taste It’s full bodied, supple and rich -thanks to four years on the lees- and gives way to a long, dry, lemony finish
Food pairing Pop this one next time you're feasting on sushi or ceviche. Or, take the winemaker’s suggestion and drink it with a fresh orange salad.
Story Your first time returning home from a trip abroad, and as the car home from the airport rolls into town, you marvel at the way the dusk settles onto the oak trees, the corner store, the children chasing each other down the street. It’s a scene so familiar, and yet somehow altered in a way that you can’t quite put your finger on. This wine reminds us of that.