Le Grand Blanc - 2021 - Jean Michel Stephan - Magnum
A luscious nose of white peach, apricot, pear, elderberry, chalk and candied lemon. Palate: with the lovely volume of a southern wine, yet perfectly balanced à la Stéphan, with fine acidity and bitter notes on the finish. Dive in with Le Grand Blanc (Great White) – you have nothing to fear!
- 150 cl
- Original features
- Vin de France
- Degree of alcohol
- 12.5 %
- To drink from
- 2023 to 2028
A blend of 50% Roussanne, 30% Marsanne and 20% Viognier from vines farmed organically and planted across three departments in the communes of Appuis, Condrieu, Roussillon and Vérin, on a variety of terroirs including biotite granite and Rhône alluvium. The grapes are harvested by hand. Vinified naturally, with direct pressing, indigenous yeasts, and maturation in old barrels. Bottled at the estate without fining, filtration, or the addition of sulphites.
Jean-Michel Stéphan, a man who respects and draws inspiration from the past, while also being modern and innovative, created his estate in 1991. It stretches over 4.5 ha in the Côte-Rôtie, including such legendary vineyard sites as Tupin, Semons and Bassenon. His vineyards are made up of 30% Sérine (considered the original stock of Syrah, a pure grape variety which makes wines finer, more full...All wines
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