Food and wine pairing: This wine will perfectly complement pan-seared scallops with citrus-infused butter.
Taste: On the nose, this wine reveals a pleasant freshness with subtle grilled and slightly toasted notes. It also exhibits aromas of white-fleshed fruits, fennel, anise, and honeysuckle. The palate offers a gentle and refreshing attack with a beautiful balance. The wine is rich and dense, with a persistent finish that unveils delicate grilled and aniseed nuances.
Tasting temperature: 10/12°C.
Alcohol content: 13.5%.
The Estate and the Vineyard
In the late 1990s, Mr. CHAPOUTIER took over the management of the family business, which had been operating in the Rhône Valley since 1808. Its objective is to enhance biodynamic properties to produce mineral and character wines. Thanks to this, he significantly increased the quality of his wines. These wines are then kept perfectly in time. His trading house thus experienced a period of prosperity due to investments in other regions and other countries (Australia).
Michel CHAPOUTIER is known for his enthusiasm and his love of wine and life.