Cave Saint Verny, Chardonnay ‘Saint Roch 1991’ 2018

£15.00 (75cl)

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Wine-Growing : Vineyard located in Chadeleuf and owned by the President Crochet when the wine cellar was bought by Limagrain compagny in 1991. Nowadays, his son Christophe Crochet takes care of this plot Wine-Making : Long fermentation at low temperature in stainless steel vat, matured on fine lees

Tasting note

Colour : bright yellow, green hues Nose : very expressive, mineral with apricot aromas and notes of butter Mouthfeel: very rich with white peach aromas, nice lenght

About the producer

Founded in 1950, Cave Saint Verny is the sole co-operative in Puy-de-Dôme. It takes its name from Saint-Verny, the 15-year-old son of a wine grower who met his untimely death in 1287 as a result of persecution for his faith. Miracles were said to have happened in the presence of the young martyr’s body. With resident oenologist Olivier Mignard at the helm, the cave sources grapes from 53 communes with 115 growers who each have a holding of less than 2ha. The vineyards are mostly planted to Gamay and Pinot Noir, which are historically blended in the Auvergne. Cave Saint-Verny is an excellent ambassador for the Côtes d’Auvergne and their objective is to give the region the wider recognition it deserves.

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