It is produced by Pierre Chanau which seems to supply a good part of Auchan's wine list from all over France (Olivier Legrand of InterRhone informs me that Pierre Chanau is actually Auchan's own label - "Chanau" being an anagram of "Auchan").
Golden in the glass, it has a nose of roasted peaches, honeysuckle and beeswax with hints of botrytis.
More marmaladey roasted buttery peach on the palate, the juicy sweetness cut through with lovely fresh acidity.
Nicely balanced, the only criticism is that it is slightly lacking in complexity and length - the sugars feel a little simple. This, however, is by comparison to the much more expensive dessert wines of somewhere like Austria and, for the price, this is more than adequate.
Match with fruit-based puddings or cheeses.
€7.50 from Auchan.
Lyndsey Chadwick, @Lnc13, recommends this dry Pacherenc du Vic Bilh.
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