• Les Boules Sauvignon Blanc

Les Boules Sauvignon Blanc

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  • Country of origin:France
  • Wine Type: Dry White Wine
  • Tasting Notes:This Southern French blend is very French, with its floral and citrus notes, it is unpretentious and easy-drinking.
Nutrition details (per 125ml)
  • ABV12.5%
  • Calories84
  • Sugars0g
  • Carbohydrates0g
Each bottle saves you (vs standard average*):
  • Calories


  • Sugars


*Statistics based from Drinkaware 2023 and Alcohol Health Alliance 2022
Suitable for Vegetarians
Suitable for Vegans
100% Gluten-free

Nutrition Facts

Serving size 125ml

Amount per serving

  • Calories 84
  • Total Sugars 0g
  • Alcohol by volume 12.5%

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Product Details

Sourced from the sunny South of France, Les Boules Sauvignon Blanc is an easy drinking dry white with an excellent concentration of flavours. Les Boules has a growing wine collection and DrinkWell is proud to supply not one but two of their fantastic wines. Les Boules Rouge Pays d'Oc is also worth a try if you are a varied wine drinker who enjoys full-bodied reds to crisp whites and everything in between.

Tasting Notes

This Southern French blend embodies the essence of France with its delightful floral and citrus aromas. Les Boules Sauvingnon Blanc offers a smooth, easy-drinking experience. It’s both refreshing and versatile, it's perfect for casual gatherings or relaxed evenings. We recommend serving this with grilled fish to enhance the flavours.


Wine type: Light-bodied

ABV: 12.5%

Calories: 84 per 125ml

Sugar: 0g

Dietary Info: Suitable for Vegans and Vegetarians. 100% Gluten-free.


As suggested in the name, the fruit is sourced from vineyards in the Pays d’Oc area in the South of France. With a Mediterranean climate, this area enjoys the best of both worlds; hot, dry summers and mild wet winters. The cool winds that blow in from the north-west help reduce grape disease pressure, while the warmer winds from the south bring the right amount of moisture for the grapes. This area of France has relatively low humidity which helps with the quality of grapes grown. Having said that, the weather patterns can change from year to year, impacting the grape ripening and harvest timing, making winemaking an ever-changing and dynamic process.

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