Jeremy Waud

Domaine de Trevallon Blanc 2012

Traditional vinification in Burgundy barrels, 50% new

Situation :
North Alpilles

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

Winemaking :
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%
Chardonnay : 8%
Roussanne : 50%
Marsanne : 24%
Grenache blanc : 10%

Tasting Notes

Complex notes of caramel, quince and pear long finish with mine rally palate and evident acidity. A lushious gold colour in the glass

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