Saint-Joseph



White 2019


Saint Joseph White 2018

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Wine growing Estate :
Emmanuel Darnaud
21 Rue du stade
26600 La Roche de Glun (Drôme - Vallée du Rhône Nord - France)

Appellation : Saint-Joseph

Colour :
White

Vintage :
2019

Hervest dates :
September 11, 2019

Grape variety :
100 % Marsanne

ABV :
14°

Terroir :
Granitic origin

Age of vines : More than 30 years

Cultivation :
Ploughed soils, manual grape-picking

Winemaking / ageing : Soft extraction of the juices (pneumatic pressoir), maturation and ageing in oak barrels (during 11 months)

Wine tasting : Color : Beautiful strawy colour with silvery highlights

Nose : Stylish nose. Hint of yellow fruit, of Bergeron and of bergamot but also of a mineral sensation, of wet stone or of pebble. A nose deep in structure

Palate : This wine offers an ample and generous structure and of a great purity. A racy and long wine

Pairing : This wine will be excellent with fish and white meat such as : a few scallops roasted in butter and served on a buttered endive with a little fleur de sel and a drop of pepper / a sea bass cooked in a salt crust served with a few « glazed » carrots / a tenderloin of veal gently roasted in the oven and served with a generous pan of porcini
mushrooms / mornier cheese or 18 or 24 months ripened Comté

Laying down :
This wine can be stored between 5 and 10 years but is already very good to drink today

History of the vintage

Saint-Joseph White Vintage 2015
Saint-Joseph White Vintage 2014