chateauneuf du pape millésime

Vivacity and expansiveness

Châteauneuf-du-Pape whites, with their golden robe, are rich in notes of white fruits and flowers (honeysuckle, narcissus…), evolving towards subtle hints of honey and toasty aromas with age, while offering a fresh, persistent, balanced, and suave sensation in the mouth.
Young Châteauneuf-du-Pape whites (within 2 to 3 years) joyfully accompany traditional delicate fishes, crustaceans, and white meats; they enhance foie gras and all great shellfish dishes.
If the aging potential of appellation’s white wines is less known than that of the reds, it is mostly due to the impatience of tasters !
With an exceptional aging potential for Southern Rhône whites, their hazelnut and toasted bread aromas work wonders with poultry, sautéed porcini mushrooms, or, of course, beautiful winter truffles. They are gladly paired with aged Comté, Beaufort, or Roquefort.They are gladly paired with aged Comté, Beaufort, or Roquefort.

Serving temperature: approximately 11-12°C for young ones and 13-14°C for older vintages.

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