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Roger Sabon Châteauneuf-du-Pape Blanc Renaissance 2007

Winemaker's Notes:

The remarkable features of this white wine are its elegance and complex aromas. It presents an agreeable fragrance of white flowers with a delicately wooded finish. It is a wine that can be enjoyed young. It can also be drunk after several years aging in bottle, when it will offer a bouquet of honey-like aromas, with suggestions of incense and beeswax-polished wood. It almost makes one want to say – tongue in cheek – that it takes on the fragrance of the sacristy -- the least one can say of such a heavenly wine. “Renaissance” should be served at about 100C. It can be savoured as an aperitif. It also goes well with cream of asparagus soup, with veal or chanterelles, or with piquant cheese, as well as with lobster, shellfish and fish.

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Roger Sabon & Fils:
Early 20th century,Seraphin Sabon is getting married with Marie Jausset, daughter of Romain and Marie-Angelie Brunel. Born in Serignan of Comtat, North of Orange, in the Vaucluse region,he takes his wife family's, wich origins dated from 1560. He regularly expands it. Marie gives birth to three sons,one of them is Roger. He founds the Domain in 1952 and now adays more than 15 hectares are located in the Chateauneuf du Pape appellation.

The remarkable features of this white wine are its elegance and complex aromas. It presents an agreeable fragrance of white flowers with a delicately wooded finish. It is a wine that can be enjoyed young. It can also be drunk after several years aging in bottle, when it will offer a bouquet of honey-like aromas, with suggestions of incense and beeswax-polished wood. It almost makes one want to say – tongue in cheek – that it takes on the fragrance of the sacristy -- the least one can say of such a heavenly wine. “Renaissance” should be served at about 100C. It can be savoured as an aperitif. It also goes well with cream of asparagus soup, with veal or chanterelles, or with piquant cheese, as well as with lobster, shellfish and fish.

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