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La Cour des Dames 2018 Viognier - Pays d'Oc - Bronze Medal La Cour des Dames 2018 Viognier - Pays d'Oc - Bronze Medal

Bronze Medal Sommelier Wine Awards 2019 

 

One of the sexiest white grape varieties in the world!

100% Viognier

 

Food pairing:  Aperitif, seafood, fish, asparagus, fruit tarts...

 

Serving temperature:  8°C 

 

Tasting notes:

 

Our Viognier has a lovely pale gold colour. 

It is a rich and very aromatic wine with lots of characteristic fruity scents (apricots, fresh peaches). 

It also displays floral nuances of acacia flowers, lilies and, «blue lavender», together with hints of fresh bananas. 

Round and syrupy on the palate, it is fresh and well-balanced between richness and acidity, with a honeyed finish.

 

Soil: 

 

This Viognier comes from the Hérault département and the Aude Valley which benefit from a sunny climate, enough rainfall and cool nights. 

The 10-year old vines grow on slopes at an average altitude of 150 to 200m and are pruned according to the «Guyot» (trellised) method on limestone and pebbles soils.

The yields are low (around 40 hl/ha).

 

Winemaking:

 

The grapes are harvested early. 

The alcoholic fermentation is made in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats (15 to 18°C). 

The wine is aged for several months in vats on its lees. 

There is no malolactic fermentation.

 

 

La Cour des Dames wines, 

hailing from different Pays d’Oc terroirs, pay homage to an

illustrious period in Occitan culture.

The troubadours, celebrated poet-musicians, devoted themselves to lyric art and courted

ladies. 

Using their oratorical talents at sumptuous banquets served in their honour, they

also introduced their audiences to wine tasting.

By combining wines, gastronomy, music and poetry they were the precursors of a certain

Mediterranean art of living that has lasted to the present day.

 

S$29.95 23
La Cour des Dames 2018 Viognier - Pays d'Oc - Bronze Medal La Cour des Dames 2018 Viognier - Pays d'Oc - Bronze Medal

Bronze Medal Sommelier Wine Awards 2019 

 

One of the sexiest white grape varieties in the world!

100% Viognier

 

Food pairing:  Aperitif, seafood, fish, asparagus, fruit tarts...

 

Serving temperature:  8°C 

 

Tasting notes:

 

Our Viognier has a lovely pale gold colour. 

It is a rich and very aromatic wine with lots of characteristic fruity scents (apricots, fresh peaches). 

It also displays floral nuances of acacia flowers, lilies and, «blue lavender», together with hints of fresh bananas. 

Round and syrupy on the palate, it is fresh and well-balanced between richness and acidity, with a honeyed finish.

 

Soil: 

 

This Viognier comes from the Hérault département and the Aude Valley which benefit from a sunny climate, enough rainfall and cool nights. 

The 10-year old vines grow on slopes at an average altitude of 150 to 200m and are pruned according to the «Guyot» (trellised) method on limestone and pebbles soils.

The yields are low (around 40 hl/ha).

 

Winemaking:

 

The grapes are harvested early. 

The alcoholic fermentation is made in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats (15 to 18°C). 

The wine is aged for several months in vats on its lees. 

There is no malolactic fermentation.

 

 

La Cour des Dames wines, 

hailing from different Pays d’Oc terroirs, pay homage to an

illustrious period in Occitan culture.

The troubadours, celebrated poet-musicians, devoted themselves to lyric art and courted

ladies. 

Using their oratorical talents at sumptuous banquets served in their honour, they

also introduced their audiences to wine tasting.

By combining wines, gastronomy, music and poetry they were the precursors of a certain

Mediterranean art of living that has lasted to the present day.

 

S$29.95 23
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Bronze Medal Sommelier Wine Awards 2019 

 

One of the sexiest white grape varieties in the world!

100% Viognier

 

Food pairing:  Aperitif, seafood, fish, asparagus, fruit tarts...

 

Serving temperature:  8°C 

 

Tasting notes:

 

Our Viognier has a lovely pale gold colour. 

It is a rich and very aromatic wine with lots of characteristic fruity scents (apricots, fresh peaches). 

It also displays floral nuances of acacia flowers, lilies and, «blue lavender», together with hints of fresh bananas. 

Round and syrupy on the palate, it is fresh and well-balanced between richness and acidity, with a honeyed finish.

 

Soil: 

 

This Viognier comes from the Hérault département and the Aude Valley which benefit from a sunny climate, enough rainfall and cool nights. 

The 10-year old vines grow on slopes at an average altitude of 150 to 200m and are pruned according to the «Guyot» (trellised) method on limestone and pebbles soils.

The yields are low (around 40 hl/ha).

 

Winemaking:

 

The grapes are harvested early. 

The alcoholic fermentation is made in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats (15 to 18°C). 

The wine is aged for several months in vats on its lees. 

There is no malolactic fermentation.

 

 

La Cour des Dames wines, 

hailing from different Pays d’Oc terroirs, pay homage to an

illustrious period in Occitan culture.

The troubadours, celebrated poet-musicians, devoted themselves to lyric art and courted

ladies. 

Using their oratorical talents at sumptuous banquets served in their honour, they

also introduced their audiences to wine tasting.

By combining wines, gastronomy, music and poetry they were the precursors of a certain

Mediterranean art of living that has lasted to the present day.

 

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