2017 Château de la Negly "La Falaise" Pays d'Oc Blanc

SKU #1390418 Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The 2017 IGP Pays d'Oc la Falaise Blanche incorporates Chardonnay into the blend, making it ineligible to stay in the Languedoc appellation. The Chardonnay, from 40-year-old vines, ferments and ages in demi-muids, while the Marsanne component ages in foudre. Struck flint and tangerine notes mark the nose, while the medium-bodied palate is fine and crisp, ending long and clean. (JC)  (5/2019)

K&L Notes

This classic Rhône white incorporates Roussanne and Marsanne with a small percentage of Bourboulenc and Clairette. The wine is partially aged in Stockinger barrels—the work of a famous Austrian cooper—to give a subtle creaminess and sweet spice to the finished product. While it tends toward a fuller body, with lots of texture and richness on the palate, the wine is nicely balanced with crisp acidity. Beautiful clotted cream, papaya and honeysuckle notes mingle with the classic aromas of marzipan and ripe apple. On the palate the wine is all about the texture, seemingly endless.

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