M. Chapoutier Luberon "La Ciboise" Blanc 2014

Varietal: Region :
Rhone Valley, France

    Availability: 3

    $14.99

    SKU# 0372331402014


    Quick Overview

    La Ciboise (lah see-BWAHZ) is the name of Michel Chapoutier’s grandfather’s home. Located right in the center of the town of Tain l’Hermitage, La Ciboise was the energetic center of Chapoutier family life where children and relatives used to meet regularly.

    Similarly, these new wines from the M.Chapoutier portfolio are intended to be enjoyed with friends and family to celebrate everyday life. Luberon is located in the southeastern area of the Rhône Valley, it has a continental climate due to its proximity to the Alps. One of Europe’s oldest wine regions dating back to 750 BC, it received official AOC status in 1988 and is known for producing charming value wines. Known as one of the most sun-drenched regions in France, it is frequently visited and cherished by tourists.

    The wine is pale with green and yellow tints with aromas of white blossom, lemons and exotic fruits. Good balance between the freshness and roundness with great length.
    Style:
    Light-bodied, Mellow
    Flavor:
    Floral, Lemon, Tropical Fruit
    Pairs with:
    Appetizers, Buttered Popcorn, Light White Fish, Pasta Alfredo

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    M. Chapoutier Luberon "La Ciboise" Blanc
    M. Chapoutier Luberon "La Ciboise" Blanc
    M. Chapoutier Luberon "La Ciboise" Blanc
    Details
    La Ciboise (lah see-BWAHZ) is the name of Michel Chapoutier’s grandfather’s home. Located right in the center of the town of Tain l’Hermitage, La Ciboise was the energetic center of Chapoutier family life where children and relatives used to meet regularly. Similarly, these new wines from the M.Chapoutier portfolio are intended to be enjoyed with friends and family to celebrate everyday life. Luberon is located in the southeastern area of the Rhône Valley, it has a continental climate due to its proximity to the Alps. One of Europe’s oldest wine regions dating back to 750 BC, it received official AOC status in 1988 and is known for producing charming value wines. Known as one of the most sun-drenched regions in France, it is frequently visited and cherished by tourists. The wine is pale with green and yellow tints with aromas of white blossom, lemons and exotic fruits. Good balance between the freshness and roundness with great length.
    Bottle Size 750 ml
    Appellation Rhone Valley
    Grape Varieties Grenache Blanc, Ugni Blanc, Vermentino, Roussanne
    Wine Maker Michel Chapoutier
    Alcohol Percentage 13.0%
    Fermentation After pressing, cold-settled for 24 hours and fermented in tanks.
    Aging Aged on fine lees in vats without malolactic fermentation.