Chardonnay 2012 Vin de France - Château Pesquié

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This Chardonnay comes from a terroir benefiting from a higher altitude to ensure the freshness needed by this grape. The result is a balanced, mineral and aromatic Chardonnay with aromas of citrus and white flowers. Perfect with a grilled fish!
Wine CharacteristicsTasting and cellaring
ProducerChâteau PesquiéEyeBright gold
Vintage2012Nose White flowers aromas and a nice minerality
AppellationVin de FranceMouthFresh, nicely balanced between citrus aromas and minerality
AreaRhône ValleyDrink fromNow
ColourWhiteDrink before2017
GrapesChardonnay (100%)Open Open and drink
TypeDryDrinking temperature10°C
Food pairing
Lovely aperitif Chardonnay or with grilled white fish, roasted chicken, mature cheese (Comté, Morbier).
A word about the domain
Château Pesquié is a family business run by two brothers, Alexandre & Frédéric Chaudière, and their cousin Renaud. The estate has been in their family since the 1970’s and it has become one of the references in the Ventoux appellation (Jeb Dunnuck’s favourite domain in the region). 70 hectares of vines on the southern slope of the Mont Ventoux, with no less than 9 different grapes an about to be converted to an organic vineyard. The wines always deliver high-quality and character, in a modern and ambitious style.
What experts say
About the domain
Bettane & Desseauve : 2*
Jeb Dunnuck (Wine Advocate):
"Easily one of my favorite estates from the up-and-coming Ventoux region, Chateau Pesquie is run by the talented brothers, Alexandre & Frederic Chaudiere. The wines sell for a song, yet always deliver high-quality, loads of character and impeccably made profiles."

About the wine
Gault & Millau: 14.5/20
“Fine and fresh definition of a grape that is not common in these latitudes. The zesty flavors of grapefruit and lemon are watering in the mouth in the most beautiful way. Simple and effective."
And finally for the wine geeks…
SoilClay and limestone
MaturingStainless steel vats
BottledAt Château Pesquié