By : Vidal Fleury
Last of the whites, the Condrieu is another classic example of the variety. Aged half in barrels and half in tank, it boasts textbook aromas and flavors of white flowers, apricot and freshly sliced peaches that flow to a medium bodied, fresh, focused and pure feel on the palate. Made in a focused, lively style, it shines more
for its freshness and purity than richness and size. Drink it over the coming 2-3 years. — Jeb Dunnuck
|Aroma||Slight lemon on the nose|
|Best Served||Cool temperature 11°C (52°F). Can be aged up to 15 years.|
|Food Pairing||Aperitif. Scallop. Fish cooked citrus sauce. Soft goat cheese. Sweetbreads.|
|Palate||apricot and freshly sliced peaches that flow to a medium bodied, fresh, focused and pure feel on the palate|
|Wine's Type||White Wine|
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