Wine Region: Southern Rhone Valley, France
Clear yellow with bright, limpid green hues. Very representative of the Viognier grape, with white fruit, peach and floral notes making this exuberant wine highly attractive. Exceedingly well-balanced: lively and rich, the viognier has unctuous and pelasing mouthfeel. A fine, fresh wine to be drunk young.
About the Winery
The Maison Paul Jaboulet AÃ®nÃ© was created in 1834 on a hillside by the Rhone and a family with a passion for winemaking. Over the years, the Domaines Paul Jaboulet AÃ®nÃ© took ownership of the finest appellations of the northern Rhone Valley, including not only Hermitage and CÃ´te RÃ´tie, but also Crozes Hermitage, Saint-Joseph, Cornas and Saint-PÃ©ray, and Condrieu.
In 2006, the Frey family with a long standing reputation in the Champagne region and owners of ChÃ¢teau La Lagune in Bordeaux, took over the Maison Paul Jaboulet AÃ®nÃ©. Caroline, the eldest daughter of the family, who has a degree in oenology from Bordeaux, works with her teams using biodynamic methods in a single-minded quest for perfection. Their cutting-edge winemaking, combined with the scrupulous care given to vine growing in exceptional terroirs, leads to believe that the greatest vintages are yet to come.
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