Pierre d’Ambre, Côtes du Rhône blanc 2016

An atypical white of the Southern Rhone Valley:
golden color, complex nose evoking quince paste, dried apricots, baked apple; round on the palate with a mineral touch on the finish.

This wine comes from a parcel of land with four different grape varieties: Grenache, Viognier, Clairette and Roussanne. An unusual Cotes-du-Rhone, rounded with aromas of baked apples and almonds.  It accompanies dishes like cheese souffle, braised veal, blue stilton and fruit tart.




Côtes du Rhône blanc 2016


Clairette, Viognier, Grenache and Roussanne
Planted on the same parcel of sandy soils, half-hill


Braised veal in a casserole, black pudding with apples, gougère, parsley cheese, plum tart …