This white hits all the notes you want from a Cotes de Gascogne wine. You'll find fresh lemon and a hint of white peach, but what really gets you is the racing acidity that carries through a long finish.
Unfussy, quenching and made for a hot day in the garden, we think this is a real bargain.
'Co-operative' can be a dirty word in the wine industry. Too often it's code for intensive farming and a focus on bulk that make for, at best, average wines. Luckily, the co-operative de Saint Mont buck the trend, paying their winemakers by quality, dedicating themselves to sustainability and blending great quality wines.
Grape varieties: Colombard, Ugni Blanc
Alcohol level: 11%