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Domaine André Perret - Exceptional Legend of North Rhône

"One of my go-to vignerons for incredible Condrieu, André Perret, whose estate is located just outside the town of Chavanay, fashions three Condrieu and two Saint Joseph reds. His entry-level Condrieu comes from all granite soils and some younger vines. The Condrieu Clos Chanson is the smallest production release and comes from a time plot of granite and clay soils just beside the estate. And lastly, his Condrieu Chery comes from the oldest vines and more granite and schist soils. Along with Vernay, Guigal and a few other, Perret makes some of the top Condrieu in just about every vintage. If I see a bottle of his Condrieu on a wine list, I order it. In addition to the whites, he makes two reds, a classic Saint Joseph and a richer, barrel-aged Les Grisières. Both shine for their elegance and seamlessness more so than their power and richness. This is a fabulous estate that readers shouldn’t miss."                                  (Robert Parker) 

 

"One of the foremost is André Perret, who produces wines that invariably display the quintessential qualities that make this wine so sought after.  André Perret's Coteau de Chery brilliantly combines powers, richness and fascinating aromatic complexity, with a delicious and original bouquets of herbs and violets."                    (James Turnbull) 

 

 

Condrieu “Chéry”, with its golden yellow colour,
balances elegance with strength.
Its strong nature comes from the exceptional exposure
of the hillside and the age of the vine stocks.
Its bouquet of citrus fruits, violet and peach-apricot flavours gives it a rich and full “bouche”.

 

The ageing potential of this wine is 3 to 10 years. It is best served at a temperature of 12-14 degrees. It is recommended to decant this wine before serving: the wine will then express all of its character more quickly. Its goes perfectly well with foie gras, a plump fattened chicken with cream or with seafood such as lobster and prawns.

 

(750ml)

This Saint-Joseph wine with a deep crimson red colour has a fruity black cherry and prune aroma. Tannins are present but very smooth. The palate is round and powerful yet remains elegant.

 

This wine is at its best after ageing 5 to 10 years. It should be served at a temperature of around 14-16 degrees. This wine goes well with light game such as wild duck or in a more general way with any fine or tasty dish..

 

(750ml)

This Saint-Joseph wine, with a deep red colour and ruby glints, has a fruity aroma. Cherry and raspberry flavours blend to give an excellent taste, tannins are present but silky.

 

This wine is at its best after ageing 5 to 17 years. It should be served at a temperature of around 14-16 degrees. It goes perfectly well with a roast leg of lamb or a rack of lamb.

 

(750ml)

This varietal red wine with a deep, dense colour develops red and black fruit aromas.

 

This wine should be drunk within 3 to 5 years, and should be served at a temperature of about 12-14 degrees. It goes perfectly well with grilled meats.

 

(750ml)

This varietal red wine with a deep, dense colour develops red and black fruit aromas.

 

This wine should be drunk within 3 to 5 years, and should be served at a temperature of about 12-14 degrees. It goes perfectly well with grilled meats.

 

(750ml)

This varietal red wine with a deep, dense colour develops red and black fruit aromas.

 

This wine should be drunk within 3 to 5 years, and should be served at a temperature of about 12-14 degrees. It goes perfectly well with grilled meats.

 

(750ml)

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