Pellehaut Harmonie de Gascogne Blanc

Pellehaut Harmonie de Gascogne Blanc

Region
Cotes de Gascogne, Southern France, France
Vintage:
2018
Producer:
Domaine de Pellehaut
Grapes:
Ugni Blanc, Colombard, Sauvignon Blanc
Wine Description:

Domaine De Pellehaut Blanc is made up of a blend of 20% Sauvignon, 25% Colombard, 35% Ugni Blanc, 10% Chardonnay and 10 % Gros manseng et Petit manseng. The average vine age is 27 years old, this is a complex blend so it is best drunk two years after vintage to enjoy the full flavours.

Tasting Note:

A limpid, delicate yellow hue. The nose is an intense complex of citrus fruit, mango and spring blossom. On the palate, the robust attack is succeeded by exotic fruit flavours and a long, passionate finish. A delectable wine to be savoured from the aperitif to the dessert.

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Producer Description

Palmers have had a long standing relationship with the Domaine De Pellehaut wines for many years and are one of the UK's largest independant shippers of their wines. Owned by the Beraut family for 300 years, Domaine De Pellehaut is managed by Brothers Mathieu and Martin Béraut. Starting out as Armagnac producers and continuing so under the name Chateau De Pellehaut producing several premium Armagnacs including the much prized and highly regarded Reserve De Gaston named after their Father. Domaine De Pellehaut produces several wines focused mainly on local grape varieties including Colombard, Petit Manseng, Gros Manseng and Tannat as well as high quality plantings of international varieties such as Merlot, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. This diversity of plantings along with the Beraut Brothers skill in wine making and the art of blending has resulted in a collection of multi-award winning wines that consistently over perform, from their Harmonie De Gascogne range through to their top cuvee the Family Reserve.