Lots of customers associate the Cabalié name with a richly flavoursome red made to a style that reputedly invigorated Roman centurions 2,000 years ago. Now meet its white equivalent. It is rounded, ripe, crisp and terrifically versatile.
"Smooth, citrus flavour, bursting with flavour. An absolute cracker! Outstanding"
Online Review For the 2017 vintage
Cabalié’s popularity is down to a rare combination of imposing richness and easy drinking smoothness. Recreating that in white was no easy task. But Cabalié maestro Hervé Sabardeil has done it – years of searching, blending and hard work come to fruition in this, his ultimate expression of a southern French white. The magical grape mix is Viognier for honeysuckle aroma and soft texture, Muscat for dazzlingly aromatic grapey notes, and Colombard to keep it all crisp and zesty. And of course the other key ingredients are bright southern French sunshine, which ripens the grapes to perfection, and the Mediterranean breezes that keep them fresh and healthy. Bursting with tropical fruit, Cabalié is perfect with fresh seafood or grilled chicken.
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If you like Cabalié Blanc 2018 but fancy trying something new, here's what our wine team recommend
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