2022 Hervé Souhaut 'Domaine Romaneaux-Destezet' Blanc

2022 Hervé Souhaut 'Domaine Romaneaux-Destezet' Blanc

2022 Hervé Souhaut 'Domaine Romaneaux-Destezet' Blanc

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Domaine Romaneaux-Destezet was created in 1993 by Hervé Souhaut. His holdings on the acidic granite soils of the northern Rhône and the southern Ardèche are a mixture of new and ancient vines—from 50 to over 100 years old.  Hervé works 5-hectares of these old and ancient vines, a beautiful and precious resource. He owns two vineyards in Saint-Joseph, just opposite the terraces of Hermitage. This region is, of course, legendary for the quality of its wines, thanks in part to its elevation, ancient vineyard sites, and southeastern and southern exposures. The domaine itself is located further into the hills of the northern Ardeche in the tiny town of Arlebosc, about a 30-minute drive, winding through the hills from St Joseph and the winery is underneath the 16th century “les romaneaux” fortified farm and sits in the middle of the vines that make up the Souteronne, Syrah, and white cuvées.

The Blanc is a blend of 70% Viognier and 30% Roussanne, from yields of 20hl/ha, is directly pressed with maturation on the fine lees and bottling without filtration. It has aromas of apricot and waxy pear with some herbal notes and a lovely agreeably mouth-filling texture.

Winemaking Style: Traditional

How it drinks: Rich, Layered, and Mineral

Grape Variety(ies): Roussanne and Viognier

Region: Rhône Valley

Country: France

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