Terrasses Blanc 2013 Vin de France - Château Pesquié

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A typical white from the Rhône Valley with a nose of white flowers and notes of lime. The mouth is fresh and shows flavours of grapefruit, white fruits and a floral touch from the Viognier. Definitely a nice delicate and fruity white. Will be a treat with any white meat or grilled fish.
 
Wine Characteristics Tasting and cellaring
Producer Château Pesquié Eye Bright yellow with green hints
Vintage 2013 Nose  White flowers and a touch of lemon
Appellation Vin de France Mouth Fruity and fresh. Aromas of white fruits, citrus and a exotic fruits
Area Rhône valley Drink from Now
Colour White Drink before 2016
Grapes Viognier (70%) Roussanne (15%) Open  Open and drink
  Clairette (15%) Drinking temperature 8-10°C
Type Dry    
       
Food pairing
Aperitif, vegetables or white fish starters.
 
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
Wine Spectator: 87
“A bright, floral style, with honeysuckle, fennel and green almond notes backed by a hint of white peach on the crunchy finish. Viognier, Clairette and Roussanne. Drink now. –JM”
 
And finally for the wine geeks…
Soil Limestone, stony and poor. Altitude of about 350 meters.
Harvest Manual
Maturing Concrete and stainless steel vats
Bottled At Château Pesquié
Alcohol 13.5%