For those special dinners where seafood is on the menu and your reputation for choosing good wine is on the line, you can't go wrong with this poster child of a medium-bodied, dry French white wine from Chateau Vitalis.
The estate is known for its old vines, some of which are over 65 years old. The average age is 35 years. The vineyards are situated on Southeast facing slopes at an altitude of 750 to 900 feet in the villages of Fuisse and Solutre. Traditional methods are used in the vineyards and and temperature-controlled cellar. The use of stainless steel vats assures a long cool fermentation and preservation of the fruit and aromas. The wines are regular medal winners in the many French competitions.