Château de Campuget Viognier Cuvee 1753 2021

A$35.00

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In stock
Volume
750ml
Varieties
Region/Country
Rhone, France

Description

Evidence of Campuget’s history is dated back to 1753 by a document found in the winery after the Dalle Family took over. Current owner Franklin’s Grandfather was the first of the Dalle family to own Campuget after a doctor encouraged him to move to the south of France after sustaining an injury from the war to help with his recovery. Coming from the brewing world, the Dalle family were the only other owners of Campuget in more than 300 years!

Campuget are located in Nimes. In the ‘Magic Triangle’ The winery is located in Languedoc for tax purposes, in Provence for French Tourism, and vineyards located within Rhone’s Costieres de Nimes. A region formerly Languedoc but given the wines more resemble Rhone it was declared and now administrated by The Rhone Wine Administration.

Harvested at full maturity, it goes directly to the press. The juices are cooled and put into vats for settling. Once clear we filled in barrels. Then the wine aged in barrels stays there for 4 months. Subsequently, the Viognier aged in barrels and the Viognier aged in tanks can be assembled.

Specifications

Tasting Profile

Nose
It exhales a bouquet of honeysuckle, apricot orange marmalade and tropical fruits.
Palate
On the palate the balance and roundness are very pleasant. Medium-bodied, generously fruity but structured, it owes its freshness and precision to the happy acidity.

Château de Campuget Viognier Cuvee 1753 2021

Château de Campuget Viognier Cuvee 1753 2021
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