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Ain’t that America? Graville-Lacoste Semillon at Chantal’s in Georgetown


Above: Chantal’s Bistro and Wine Bar occupies the historic “Anderson House” (circa 1908) in picturesque Georgetown, Texas — Americana at its best. Mainstreet in Georgetown was honored with the Great American Mainstreet Award. Check out the site for this historic American mainstreet.

Chantal’s Bistro and Wine Bar
204 E 8th St
Georgetown TX 78626

Mosaic Wine Group recently made a visit to Chantal’s Bistro and Wine Bar in historic Georgetown, Texas. Man, this place could have been the setting for Spielberg’s Back to the Future! It’s as Americana as they come. But that doesn’t stop them from appreciating great European wines like Non Confunditur (NC) by Argiano (Tuscany), Langhe Nebbiolo by Produttori del Barbaresco (Piedmont), or Château Graville-Lacoste (Brodeaux), a white wine (Semillon with a little Sauvignon Blanc) from the world’s most famous region for the production of red wine (Graves in Bordeaux).

Ain’t that America? Home of the free!


Above: last month at the Kermit Lynch portfolio tasting in San Francisco, winemaker Hervé Dubourdieu of Château Graville-Lacoste explained that the Semillon and Sauignon Blanc he uses for his dry white Graves are sourced from the same vineyards that he uses for his Sauternes.