Saint Jean du Barroux Cotes du Ventoux Blanc La Montagne 2007

The 2007 Saint Jean du Barroux Cotes du Ventoux Blanc La Montagne delivers notes of honey, lemon peel, sugar cane liquor and fennel. Medium-bodied and nicely structured. It is easy drinking now, but could use time to open up and show itself. Philippe Gimel portrays a beautiful expression of terrior in his reds and it seems to be the same story in his white varietal’s as well. The blend is composed of 34% Grenache Blanc, 33% Bourboulenc, and 33% Clairette. - July, 2012. (MD)

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