REFERENCE BLANC SAS FAMILLE JAUME

REFERENCE BLANC

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SAS FAMILLE JAUME
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2016 - 75 cl

IGP Ardeche

Rhône Valley

Blend : Grenache: 20% Marsanne: 20% Clairette: 20% Roussane: 20% Viognier: 20% Terroirs Hills and slopes, soil predominantly silt and clay, subsoil with grey marls. Manual harvesting with thorough sorting, treading and direct pressing. Cold settling. Alcoholic fermentation takes place separately, variety by variety, in 40 litre barrels. Ageing on fine lees, still in barrels, to round off the wine, blending in vats. Bottled at the start of the summer.An elegant nose of white flowers and citrus, a lively attack in the fruit, plenty of richness, a long fruity finish and a nice acidity. The Référence Blanc, perfect with an oven-baked sea bass or slightly aged goat's cheese. To be enjoyed within 5 years.

12,90 €


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Colour

Colour

White

cultivation

cultivation

Conventional

vintage

vintage

2016

degree of alcohol

degree of alcohol

13.50%

Appellation

Appellation

IGP Ardeche

Volume

Volume

75 cl

Grape variety (varieties)

Grape variety (varieties)

  • Marsanne
  • Grenache
  • Clairette
tasting

tasting

13-15°

Storage

Storage

Between 3 and 5 years

SAS FAMILLE JAUME

26110 Vinsobres - Rhône Valley

A family history The Jaume family history began with Henri Chauvet and the Baron Le Roy, initiator of the appellation contrôlée. Pierre Jaume, Henri Chauvet's son-in-law was a driving force behind the estate, allowing his son, Claude, to raise the estate to one of the best during the 1960s. During the 1980s, it was Claude's sons Pascal and Richard who took over and, in 2005, celebrated Domaine Jaume's centenary. Domaine Jaume extends over 80 hectares in Vinsobres, Côtes du Rhône Premier in Drôme Provençale. The terroir Domaine Jaume extends over two of the four terroirs that make up the Cru de Vinsobres: Coteau (slopes) and Collines (hills). Coteau is a clay-limestone terroir with both shallow and deep limestone layers. Uneven rockiness in soil. Average altitude: 250 metres. Collines is a terroir that is very rugged geologically because it is crossed by two large valleys. Exposure to the sun plays an important role. The soil is made up of equal quantities of clay, silt and sand. The rockiness is very variable and the altitude is 350 metres on average, but goes up to 470 metres on plots with good sun exposure.

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