Domaine Roger Perrin Châteauneuf-du-Pape 2010

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(45-50% Grenache Blanc (which brings roundness, structure and typicity), 18-20% Roussanne (which brings fat, length and fruit), 20-22% Clairette (5... Read more

(45-50% Grenache Blanc (which brings roundness, structure and typicity), 18-20% Roussanne (which brings fat, length and fruit), 20-22% Clairette (5... Read more

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Source: We Speak Wine
10/29/2011

(45-50% Grenache Blanc (which brings roundness, structure and typicity), 18-20% Roussanne (which brings fat, length and fruit), 20-22% Clairette (50% was planted in 1921, which brings fruit), 5-7% Bourboulenc (from vines planted in 1921 and which brings floral notes and acidity). These grapes are vinified separately, pressed directly, and fermentated sur lie. The Roussanne is vinified in new oak. After its alcoholic fermentation, its lees are stirred a couple of times a week for seven months. The other grapes are raised in temperature controlled stainless steel where they harmonize until the final blend. - Winery


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Source: We Speak Wine
02/25/2014

(45-50% Grenache Blanc (which brings roundness, structure and typicity), 18-20% Roussanne (which brings fat, length and fruit), 20-22% Clairette (50% was planted in 1921, which brings fruit), 5-7% Bourboulenc (from vines planted in 1921 and which brings floral notes and acidity). These grapes are vinified separately, pressed directly, and fermentated sur lie. The Roussanne is vinified in new oak. After its alcoholic fermentation, its lees are stirred a couple of times a week for seven months. The other grapes are raised in temperature controlled stainless steel where they harmonize until the final blend. - Winery ** Only 1 in Stock **


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