Côte Roannaise, Turbullent

Côte Roannaise, Turbullent

Appellation: Vin de France
Varietal: Gamay Saint Romain
Vineyards: Multiple parcels with various south/southeast facing exposure
Average age of vines: 3 - 15 years
Principal soil type: Granite and porphyry

Gamay with bubbles. Fermented at cool temperatures and bottled with its natural carbonation capturing all the freshness and vivacity of the this young wine. A whisper of residual sugar makes an ideal apéritif before you sit down at the table but equally at home with fruit at the close of your meal. Although appellation regulations exclude vintage notations for the category, vin de france, it is produced only from a single vintage and like all vintage wines, reflects the character of that vintage.

A most exceptionally difficult wine to resist. A mist of of freshly crushed strawberry fruit and rose petals literally jump from the glass. Precise, energetic, delicious and just plain fun. Enjoy with moderation!

Turbullent fact sheet (PDF)

Regions

France

Beaujolais
Burgundy
Champagne
Montagne de Reims Emmanuel Brochet Côte des Bars Domaine Marie Courtin Valleé de la Marne Flavien Nowack
Southwest
Côtes du Marmandais Élian Da Ros
Jura
Languedoc
Terrasses du Larzac Domaine du Pas de L’Escalette Saint Chinian Domaine Rimbert
Loire
Provence
Rhône

TurbullentA most exceptionally difficult wine to resist. A mist of of freshly crushed strawberry fruit and rose petals literally jump from the glass.

CabochardDelicate pink color and aromas of freshly cut strawberry and watermellon with a kiss of lemon. Precise and energetic.

Eclat de GraniteEclat de Granite strikes an exquisite balance between dark hued fruit and mineral tension creating a conversation in the glass which is as compelling as it is seductive.

OudanThe the dark fruit palate makes one think of Syrah and the mineral tension draws ones palate toward the mineral infused wines of Saint Joseph.