- Colour: bright golden yellow.
- Nose: intense and expressive. Aromas of apricot, fennel and flowers.
- Palate: complex and very elegant. The roundness of the wine combines perfectly with its freshness. The finish reveals subtle notes of anise.
It blends grapes from four different regions and consequently from different types of soils, a fact that adds complexity to the wine as a whole. Soil: Very varied due to its varied origin (terraces of calcareous alluvial deposit, clay...) that give it a great richness and complexity. Fermentation: The grapes are totally destemmed. Fermentation lasts approximately 15 days, which gives it a great tannic structure. Aging: It is produced in stainless steel vats with regular pumping over to clarify the wine.Curiosities:
The Côtes du Rhône vineyard is one of the oldest in France. More than two thousand years ago, Vienne was a prestigious metropolis and was the point of origin of these vineyards. The idea that distinguishes vineyards in the north from vineyards in the south dates back to the 12th century. The reputation of these wines goes beyond the borders of each region, a royal decree in 1729 specified the demarcation and introduced the marking of barrels with the letters "CDR". Côtes du Rhône wines finally achieved official recognition from the INAO (Institut National des Appelations d'Origine) in 1937 thanks to Baron Le Roy de Boiseaumarié, a great unifier of the region and promoter of Designations of Origin.
- Type of Wine
- Wine Style
White - Rich and Creamy
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Ratings and awards
- Robert Parker