Marsanne

Marsanne is a grape variety that originated in the northern Rhone Valley between Valence and Lyon. Mainly cultivated along the Rhone River, between Vienne and Valence, it is also found further south and as far as the Provencal coast or the plains of the Languedoc. Marsanne yields very elegant, dry white wines.

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IGP Pays d'Oc100% Marsanne2020
  • Tasting With its pale gold colour, Les Jamelles Marsanne is a very subtle and nuanced wine. Its fruity flavours of peach and apricot jam are underpinned by scents of flowers, both white (daisy, acacia blossom, white nettle) and red (rose, peony).
    A herbal touch of infusion (tea, linden) precedes a finish that is reminiscent of honey nougat. The palate is relatively rich and round, with very low acidity.
  • Food & Wine Serve well chilled (10°C /12°C), as an aperitif, with seafood, grilled fish, summer meals, or dishes in cream sauce. Catherine Delaunay likes to serve it with a simple hot goat’s cheese salad or a salmon and spinach quiche.


44,40 € tax incl. / The case of 6 bottles ( 7,40 € the bottle)


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