What the Critics say
'(made from vines that were planted in 1960) Light bright yellow. Aromas of ripe nectarine, violet and honey, lifted by vibrant smoky mineral and ginger nuances. Broad and velvety on the palate, offering densely packed yet lively orchard and pit fruit and melon flavors that become smokier and spicier with air. The nectarine note comes back emphatically on the impressively long finish, which shows no rough edges. Drink: 2018-2023’ (May18)
A single-vineyard offering from a walled and terraced vineyard. The grapes from these 40yr old vines are fermented exclusively in barrique, 25% of which is new oak. This wine is aged one year on lees in barrel before being bottling.
Widely known as the King of Condrieu, Andre Perret is considered one of the finest producers of white wine in the Rhône Valley. Andre Perret gained his title with his Burgundian approach in his multiple cuvees and meticulous work in the winery.