Here’s a great bottle of white from Vieille Ferme—the cheap and cheerful bottle with the rooster on it. The 2007 Vielle Ferme Côtes du Luberon Blanc ($8) is a blend of Grenache Blanc, Bourboulenc, Roussanne, and Ugni Blanc. It’s from the Rhône region of France, and has lovely floral, lemon and spicy notes. We had this last night with vichyssoise and rotisserie chicken. It’s also great with roasted trout or grilled veggies. You can find it at BevMo, or any number of wine retailers.
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