This wine is pale straw in color with aromas of white flowers, white peach and Meyer lemon. On the palate it is crisp and fresh with limestone and flint. Petit Sale means little salt which describes the local grape Clarette (small and white and round) but also refers to the hint of salinity in the wine. This is good to drink with fish and other seafood.
|FOOD PAIRING: SHELLFISH & OTHER CRUSTACEANS:||Seared|
|Price Point:||1,251 to 1,500|
|Style:||Crisp & Refreshing|
|Estate:||Chateau de Roquefort|
|Appellation:||VDP Bouches du Rhone|
|Blend/Grape Variety:||clairette rolle|
|FOOD PAIRING: FISH:||Seared|
|FOOD PAIRING: CHEESES:||Soft Creamy Cheeses (Cow, Sheep, Goat)|
The Château de Roquefort is ideally situated in The Côtes de Provence Appellation, between the Massif de la Sainte Baume, which rises to an altitude of 1,042 metres, and the coastal Calanques National Park. The landscape here is a formation of high plateaus, where organic vineyards are cultivated biodynamically at an altitude of 390 metres, cut out of the imposing rocky clay - limestone soils.
The vineyards have been certified bio since 2006. It is in this naturally, wild environment that Raimond de Villeneuve has chosen to follow his passion; the life of a vigneron, for over 25 years.
The terroir here is essential thanks to the microclimate created by altitude and the fact that the vineyards are facing North-Northwest, which brings much freshness to his wines.
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