SAVOY AIN'T JUST A HOTEL IN LONDON The Savoie region of France isn't well known among wine drinkers in this country. Heck, it's not well known in France, either, as far as I can tell. Still, it's a place that produces interesting, if sometimes quirky wines, a stone's throw from the Swiss border and Lac Leman (Lake Geneva). The wines, mostly white, are made from Altesse/Rousette, Chardonnay, Chasselas, Jacquere and Rousanne grapes. They also make some light and lively reds mostly from Gamay (the Beaujolais grape) and Pinot Noir, and Rose from Gamay. Since this is a wine short, I won't get into all the AOC stuff. I'll just say that the whites, especially the Jacquere - the name of…

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