|Producer||Cafe De Paris|
|Region||South West France|
|Subregion||Cotes de Gascogne|
|Varietal||Colombard, Sauvignon Blanc, Gros Manseng|
This white wine is a subtle blend of three native grape varieties from the South West of France: Sauvignon well-known for its citrus aromas, Colombard which brings a freshness, and Gros Manseng which is a rare grape with a strong personality.
Pair with tapas, cheese or sushi.
The winery was created in the late 1800s in Cubzac-les-Ponts (a town also known for its grand Eiffel bridge) on the limestone banks of the Dordogne river between Bordeaux and Libourne by Jacques Cousteau’s uncle.
The “Café de Paris” name places the product geographically but also historically and, having been around for so long, it is the only alcoholic brand allowed to use the word “Paris”. CDP was the name of a Café on Cubzac’s main street
The label’s wave-shaped CDP logo brings motion and reminisces of the ‘Belle Epoque’/Roaring 20s era.
The colored medallion matching the label design with gold cap decorated with scrolls supports the brand’s DNA