Corbières Blanc

A great white wine made with little known grape varieties.

Bottle Size: 750 mL

UPC Number: 088156012245

  • Vintage 2012
  • Producer
  • Country France
  • Region Corbières
  • Alcohol 13.5%
  • Composition:
    85% Roussanne, 15% Maccabeu
  • Winemaker Notes High in the hills of the Corbières, in a stunning corner of south west France, Château Trillol has been the Sichel family property since 1990. At 400m above sea level, the vineyard is located in two of the Corbières terroirs: Termenès and Quéribus. Here the local grape varieties, Roussanne and Maccabeu (harvested by hand), result in an authentic wine that is packed with character and a strong sense of place.
  • Tasting Notes Beautiful, deep yellow hue with golden tints. Highly expressive and original bouquet. It combines tropical fruit, mango and passion fruit with notes of asparagus and truffle. The generously ample, silky attack is underpinned by great vibrant freshness. The aromatic back-of-palate adds an atypical finishing touch that cannot fail to please. A great white wine made with little-known grape varieties – to try out with friends as an aperitif, or as an accompaniment to a fish dish.
  • Press Silver Medal - Concours Général Agricole - Paris 2013, Bronze Medal - Concours des Grands Vins de France - Mâcon 2013

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  • Vineyard Currently, Château Trillol's vineyard covers two distinct terroirs. The first, the silica-rich, Terroir de Termenès is located high up in the hills. The second, Terroir de Qéribus, is in the middle of the valley that surrounds the village of Cucugnan.
    • Age of Roussane Vines: 20 years old
    • Age of Maccabeu Vines: 85 years old
    • Surface: 38 ha red, 2 ha white
  • Vinification As soon as they arrive at the winery, the grapes are separated from the stems and rapidly pressed to conserve their freshness. After pressing, fermentation takes place at very low temperature; must cold-settled. Fermentation lasts around 8 weeks. Vat-aged on fine lees for 3 months. The lees are stirred up ever week. Bottled at the estate.

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