Floral aromas, hintsof citrus and exoticfruits, underlined with: vanilla notes. Powerful, ample, harmonious and let discover a fruity and fresh aroma typical of this varietal.
Country: France -Pays d’Oc (Gard, Aude and Hérault) and Charentes (South South West Cognac appellation).
Grape varieties included: Chardonnay
Remarks:Made of 90% Chardonnay from: Paysd’Oc, harvested on shaly soils, terraced vineyards and pebbly or limestone soils. These grapes provide the richness and power typical of these wines. The remaining 10% consists of Chardonnay grapes from petite Champagne vintages growing on clay and limestone soils. These grapes, give the wine its: steeliness and freshness.
Exclusively matured in: stainless steel tanks, to express all the freshness and character of the fruit.
ABV: 13.5% vol
Suggested Food Pairings: Enjoy on its own as an Apéritif, with: prawns or any grilled fish dish + fresh salads
The Signature ‘Patriarche Père et Fils’ is one of the oldest, in: Burgundy. It embodies 240 years of tradition in: Burgundy wines.
A unique expertise. It is the sign of: quality products, a legacy with particular character. It’s the company’s benchmark brand.
The winery boasts the most extensive cellars in the Burgundy region with “caves” that extend for five kilometres under the streets of Beaune and which contain thousands of bottles of fine wine from the company’s long and distinguished history.
The ownership of the business has only passed through a handful of families since his time and was built up to its present importance by the Boisseaux family post World War II. It is now a part of the Castel Group who are Bordeaux-based, but the management of the Burgundy business is still in Beaune.
Patriarche has upped their game in the classic Appellations in recent vintages, winning: a string of gold and silver medals in: Decanter World Wine Awards, IWC and IWSC as the investment in buying better wine and better oak barrels, and working more closely with a few top estates continues to pay off.
Patriarche Père et Fils wines are available, in many countries and represent: the wealth of French wines.