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St Peray'Version', Francois Villard, Rhône Valley, France 2018

Northern Rhone, France

stperay

Tasting Notes

80% Marsanne & 20% Roussanne in decomposed granite and clay soil with SE exposure. Fermented and aged for eleven months in three- to five-year-old barrels, without racking. Fresh pear, honeydew, tangerine and pungent flowers offering lively, sharply focused orchard and citrus fruit flavours

Food Matches

Poultry, Roast Pork & Seafood

Wine Profile

Wine Type White Wine

Vintage 2018

Style Rich & Complex Whites

Country France

Region Northern Rhone

Grower Name Francois Villard

Grape Variety Marsanne

ABV 14.00%

Closure Natural Cork

Bottle Size 75cl

Allergens Sulphites

Method Vegan

SKU STPERAYVERSION18

Grower

Francois Villard

Overlooking the Rhône River, the Domaine François Villard is situated in Saint-Michel-Sur-Rhône, in the north of the Rhône Valley.François Villard did not start out to be a wine maker. At first, he worked in the restaurant business as a chef. Having a real passion for wine and after some decisive meeting, François decided to start a… Read More

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Grape

Marsanne

Marsanne

Marsanne is an increasingly popular white grape variety produced in many countries of the world and most likely originating in France's Rhône Valley. It is particularly renascent in southern France, where it is an important ingredient in many of the local blends and is also popular as a full-bodied, characterful varietal. Marsanne wines display delicious minerality… Read More

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