White Wine by Henri Bourgeois from Loire, France – regions. This Pouilly-Fume comes from the chalky-clay hills of Saint-Andelain, peak of the appellation where winegrowing dates back to the roman era. Its terroir made of hard calcareous rock gives Pouilly Fume its minerality, finesse, its rather fresh and lively character and its name. Travertin is in fact a form of limestone formed by sedimentation. The 2016 Pouilly Fume En Travertin is concentrated and very fruity while also being stylish and elegant. Sauvignon grape variety is the most dominant aspect of this charming wine. It displays its elegance, fruitiness – white fruits, light citrus – and is very persistent on the palate. This wine is a marvelous match with shellfish, fish, white meats and goat cheese. For example a turbot with spinach and feta cheese, or a Crottin de Chavignol goat cheese with toasted bread.