It is without shame that I confess drinking my first sample bottle of this lip-smacking white all by myself. No shame because it was over the course of an afternoon off, and because it is only 11.5% alcohol. Apremont is a vineyard in France’s Savoie region, the vineyard named for the rough mountain the vined are at the base of. It is located at 1,050 feet above sea level and the soils are loaded with limestone and glacial debris, caused by an avalanche in 1248. The variety here is Jacquere, native to Savoie, and it is all hand harvested and aged in stainless. A tremendously fresh, snappy, bright white wine, loaded with citrus, green apple and mouthwatering minerals. Nothing complicated, easy, uber friendly and utterly gulpable.