Les Peyrautins Chardonnay 21
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93 POINTS & 5 STARS: Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
92 POINTS & 4 STARS: Bob Campbell MW
Bright and pale gold in the glass. The nose displays intense aromas of peach and ripe pear, with slight notes of white blossom and honeysuckle. A bunch of fresh stone fruits on the palate, with a crisp and mineral-driven texture. Enjoy this wine lightly chilled, with hummus & veggie dips, creamy light cheeses, poultry and fish dishes.
"Beautifully styled and enticing, the wine shows apricot, fig, hazelnut and subtle vanilla nuances with a hint of oatmeal complexity. It's finely expressed on the palate offering pristine fruit flavours together with discreet oak infusion, wonderfully complemented by creamy texture and refreshing acidity. Harmonious and soothing with a lengthy elegant finish"
- Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
"Silken-textured chardonnay with ripe tree fruit, wildflowers, lemon curd, ginger and a suggestion of oyster-shell. An impressive and ethereal wine with purity and subtle power. Delicious now but no rush"
- Bob Campbell
Produced under the supervision of renowned oenologist Xavier Roger. Les Peyrautins combines modern techniques to compliment the best of traditional French wine regions. The result is a perfect combination of the New and Old world. With grapes sourced along an axis between Carcassonne and Béziers his Pays d'Oc wine region benefits from the Mediterranean climate and is a perfect place to style ripe, fruity yet understated chardonnay. It provides warm, dry summers for grapes to reach a perfect maturity. To the north the Montagne Noire (Black Mountain range) brings cooler evening temperatures to retain aromatic freshness and vibrant acidity.