2016 La Chapelle de Bebian Languedoc Blanc

SKU #1355096

Believe it or not, this property has been making wine since the time of the Roman centurion Bebianus, after whom the area is named. But don’t worry—the wine doesn’t come packaged in a skin. The winemaking has seen some advances since the 1st century, and is now in the capable hands of Australian-born oenologist Karen Turner. We think you’ll love this fresh little wine, blended from Grenache Blanc, Roussane, Clairette and Viognier. Karen vinifies each element separately, then blends to taste. She only uses stainless steel and neutral oak barrels, so there’s plenty of pure varietal and terroir expression. This yields an intense and powerful nose of garrigue (in this case: fennel, thyme, rosemary), jasmine, citrus, and honey. The aromas follow through with the same flavors on a rounded, medium bodied finish. It’s fresh, vibrant and versatile, showcasing a uniquely Languedoc style and legacy. A Mediterranean wine, this will pair beautifully with seafood, fish, and grilled vegetable dishes.

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