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BLANC LA CRAU 2016- DOMAINE DU VIEUX TELEGRAPHE

0,75 L White Wine / France / Rhone wine / Châteauneuf-du-Pape AOC / 13,5 % vol

The magic of the Crau terroir in action!
  Made from a blend of Clairette, Grenache blanc, Bourboulenc and Roussanne, La Crau white is a little jewel of subtlety, delicacy and intense freshness, whose complexity and depth are beyond compare. This wine offers exceptional minerality 'as though it had been filtered through a thick layer of pebbles deposited by thawing alpine glaciers, before the very formation of the Rhône Valley'. A dazzling Châteauneuf du Pape, crafted by one of the jewels of the appellation!
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BLANC LA CRAU 2016- DOMAINE DU VIEUX TELEGRAPHE
  Wine type
Grands vins
  Vintage
2016
  Grape Variety
40% Clairette, 30% Grenache blanc, 15% Bourboulenc, 15% Roussanne
  Style
Floral
  Sight
Intense gold yellow colour with shiny reflections
  Smell
Acacia, honeysuckle, pear, mirabelle and macadamia nuts framed by a nice minerality
  Taste
Straight, long-lasting freshness with a dominant white fruits and flowers flavour; underlying minerality
  Service Temperature
12°C
  Service
Open 2h before service
  Storage instructions
To drink or to store in cellar
  To drink as from
2014
  To drink until
2025
  Food and wine matching
Fish, Shellfish, White meat
  Recommended with
Veal with mushrooms, lobster


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