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Fox Gordon Abby Fume Blanc 2017

The Experience

Drink When...
Election Day
Listen To...
Andy Grammer – Smoke Clears
Think About...
A Cardinal Party
Drink With...
Feta Tabbouleh

The Oddbins Take

Fume Blanc is a style of wine that we frankly don’t see enough. Perhaps because wine drinkers don’t understand what it is, perhaps because they are unsure how a barrel fermented Sauvignon works or maybe, people are disconcerted that Fume Blanc sounds like 'white smoke' and are concerned that by drinking it, the bottle will indicate to the Catholic church that they have been elected as the new Pope… "The wine is great, I’m just not sure I can pull off the big white hat." That may be the most ecclesiastical joke we've ever made. Opening this delicious bottle of Fox Gordon Fume Blanc will not actually reveal the next Pope, it will however, present an intense bouquet of fresh peach and stone fruits, a palate of almonds, nougat and red apples, with creamy complexity and a long steely finish. Drinking Fume Blanc is not part of the papal conclave ritual but after that first sip, the cardinals may think it should be!

Adelaide Hills
Best Drunk Now & Over the Next 8 Years
Bottle Size
Residual Sugar
1 g/l

Now £14.50

Was £16.50


In stock

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Light Full bodied
Dry Sweet
Sauvignon Blanc (100%)
Suitable For Vegetarians
Suitable For Vegetarians
Fox Gordon Abby Fume Blanc 2017

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