Technical sheet:

Grape Variety: Grenache Blanc, Roussanne & Viognier

Country: France

Region: Rhone Valley

Appellation: Cotes Du Rhone Villages

Alcohol: 15%

Soil: Stony clay and limestone

Vinification: Grapes were partially de-stemmed and crushed as soon as they arrived in the cellar. A 20-day maceration with punch-downs and pump-overs.

Ageing/Maturation: 49% of the blend is aged 15 months in 275-litre Laurus oak barrels

Cellar Potential: Drink between 2016-2024

Service: 14-16°C

Laurus Cotes du Rhone White 2013

White Wine - Gabriel Meffre Laurus

HK $116

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TASTING NOTES:

A brilliant, golden robe with a pale green tint. The nose is fine and elegant with complex notes coming from two grape varieties: honey, toast and coconut for the Roussanne aged in a new oak barrels; apricot and hazelnut for the Viognier. Well-balanced and fat, this wine is long and persistent

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