Passe Colline White

AOC Ventoux , Blanc , 2023

€5.95 / bouteille of 75 cl
RHONÉA, as the name suggests, is the trusted choice for Rhône Valley wines. Our Artisans winegrowers & winemakers have been committed since 1925 to bring you the best from our vineyards & let you taste more than just wine, but the quality & authenticity of our terroirs.
Nutritional information
35.70 € TTC
6 Bouteilles

Tasting
Lime zest, crunchy pear, grapefruit and hints of white flowers. Refreshing and round, well-balanced.
Serving
10-12°C
Food pairings
It will go wonderfully with a salad of endives, walnut shavings and blue cheese with a few pieces of pear. But also a fish with a melt-in-the-mouth texture, such as a back of cod en papillote, decorated with candied lemon and turnips golden ball. Finally, why not imagine a Moroccan cucumber salad with orange blossom and maple syrup.
"An enjoyable & refreshing wine, perfect for the Spring days ahead... Vibrant zesty acidity..."
Decanter

Presentation

RHONÉA, as the name suggests, is the trusted choice for Rhône Valley wines. Our Artisans winegrowers & winemakers have been committed since 1925 to bring you the best from our vineyards & let you taste more than just wine, but the quality & authenticity of our terroirs.

The vintage

2023 was a year full of contrasts: warm temperatures at the end of December and beginning of January raised concerns about early budding; a return to normalcy continued until February with relatively cool weather; a persistent drought accompanied by a strong Mistral wind, followed by regular rainfall until the end of June. Thanks to constant vigilance in the vineyards, the berries were healthy and well-ripened when harvest started, promising one of the finest vintages of the past decade.

Terroir

Passe Colline is made from grapes grown on three different types of soil, which explain its unique personality and suave flavour: hills with light sandy soil, slopes with zaffer, a mix of sandstone and sand sediment, and a terrace of fallen rocks propitious to winegrowing.

Winemaking

The grapes are cooled to preserve their colour and fresh fruit aromas. They undergo a short maceration before being pressed. Alcoholic fermentation takes place in concrete wine tanks, under controlled temperatures.

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