Chateau Pesquie, Cuvee Terrasses Blanc, Ventoux 2019

£14.50

  • Type:

    White

  • Grape:

    Viognier, Roussanne, Clairette, Grenache

  • Country:

    France

  • Grape Blend:

    Viognier 40% Roussanne 20% Clairette 20% Grenache 20%

  • Region:

    Rhone

  • Vegan:

    Yes

  • Area:

    Ventoux

  • Organic:

    Yes

  • ABV:

    13%

  • Winemaker:

    Alexandre Chaudière

  • Bottle Size:

    750ml

Tasting Notes

A fresh, yet fruity white Ventoux. On the nose, pronounced white flowers and a strong hint of Lime zest. Finishing on the palate with an array of fresh fruit: Grapefruit, lime and Lychee, to name but a few.

  • Production Notes
  • Producer
  • Critics Reviews

The Viognier, which is an early ripening varietal, is harvested first in early September. Cold maceration (skin contact around 8°C) for about 12 hours. The Roussanne and even more the Clairette are harvested later in September. Their fermentation last about 15 days and takes place in stainless steel tank. No oak ageing. The malolactic transformation is blocked to support natural freshness. Bottled at the estate

At Chateau Pesquie, the Chaudiere Family has dedicated itself to express a unique terroir of the Ventoux. Pioneers in many ways, the three generations of winemakers from the family have always tried to share a long term vision: an agriculture of high quality has to be sustainable and responsible. From the beginning, the winery of Chateau Pesquie was well integrated in its ecosystem. The cellars are carved into a hillsides and are thus perfectly integrated into the landscape. To maintain balance in the soil, fertilization is carried out using only organic, humus-based fertilizers. Chateau Pesquie is determined to respect both animal and plant life and is Certified Organic.

92/100 – Jeb Dunnuck (2019) “[…] the Ventoux Terrasses Blanc offers an incredibly pure bouquet of peach, tangerine, white flowers, and salted citrus. Medium-bodied, focused, and vibrant on the palate, it’s a thrilling white that I suspect will sell for a song. It will easily compete with a Chateauneuf Du Pape”

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