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Paul Jaboulet Aine Cote du Rhone Blanc 2019

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Country: France

Region: Rhone

Grape Variety: Grenache Blanc, Marsanne and Viognier

Vintage: 2019

ABV: 14.0%

Closure: Cork

Bottle Size: 75cl

Description

The Paul Jaboulet Secret de Famille Cote du Rhone Blanc is made from a blend of white local grape varieties including Grenache Blanc, Marsanne and Viognier. An elegant wine, it has floral aromas and flavours of citrus and peach.

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Paul Jaboulet Aine Cote du Rhone Blanc

The Paul Jaboulet Secret de Famille Cote du Rhone Blanc is made from a blend of white local grape varieties including Grenache Blanc, Marsanne and Viognier. An elegant wine, it has floral aromas and flavours of citrus and peach.

Producer

In 1834, when Antoine Jaboulet set up his business in Tain l’Hermitage with the aim of producing great wines, he saw his future profession as cultivating these vineyards and maintaining the quality of the land. It was with this mindset that he quickly acquired his first vineyards on the Hermitage slopes and the Crozes Hermitage plains.

In 2006, the Freys (owners of Chateau La Lagune in Bordeaux) took over Paul Jaboulet Aine, where winemaker Caroline now works with her teams in a single-minded quest for perfection; combining cutting-edge winemaking with the scrupulous care given to vines grown in exceptional terroirs. They have since also acquired vineyards in the appellations of Cote Rotie, Condrieu and Crozes Hermitage, including some of the most famous plots in the entire Rhone. All estates are now certified organic and the team broadly follow biodynamic principles.

Jaboulet’s most celebrated wine is its famed Hermitage La Chapelle, named after the chapel that overlooks this most celebrated of vineyards. Jaboulet have owned the chapel since the end of the First World War – it’s an icon of this part of the Rhone Valley and marks where the best vines are grown.

Since the early 19th century, the name Paul Jaboulet Aîné has been synonymous with quality in the Rhône. Paul Jaboulet Aine

Today, there is a renewed sense of energy and purpose. In early 2006, the Frey family bought Jaboulet and implemented sweeping changes to return Jaboulet to the summit of quality Rhône producers.

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