Domaine de Trevallon Blanc 2010

Traditional vinification in Burgundy barrels, 50% new

Location :
North Alpilles

Terroir :
Limestone and clay soil, very stony: Hauterivian et Barremian, second stage of the lower Cretaceous, less than 130 million years.

Vinification :
Each grape variety is aged in barrel separately for 12 months without any racking and just 2-3 stirring of the lees. Clarification and fining are with clay. Light filtration when bottled.

Cépages :
Clairette : 8%
Grenache blanc : 8%
Chardonnay : 10%
Roussanne : 24%
Marsanne : 50%

Tasting Notes

Tasted last December at my tasting club. It was one of 10 wines I showed to 10 guests. It was voted clear winner of best wine of the evening (we included Chateau Magdelaine, Domaine Lafran Veyrolles and other distinguished wines incluing Daumas Gassac.) Wine had wonderful depth and balance. Lovely ripe dense fruit with just hint of oak. My wife and I have chosen this wine for our silver wedding party in December. Liz and Mike Berry kindly sold us some.

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