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Château Pesquié "1912M" Ventoux Rouge '16

Ventoux

Château Pesquié "1912M" Ventoux Rouge '16

Just near the Rhône Valley is the emerging region, Ventoux. Named after its neighboring mountain range, the area sees higher elevation than its neighbors in the valley, with a variety of soils types, rich in limestone, yet still capable of procuring those rich, bold flavors from beautifully slow-ripening conditions due to its slightly cooler climate.

Although a vast 100 hectares, the vineyards are given extreme personal care - organically farmed, and even hand harvested! Tradition runs strong at Château Pesquié, three generations worth - and the history of vinegrowing here surpasses the likes of any vigneron's personal history, dating back to 1 BCE.

The "Edition 1912M" is a blend of predominately Grenache and Syrah, with touches of Cinsault and Carignan. 1912M represents the elevation, in meters, of the vineyards for this bottling. Fermented and aged entirely in tank and concrete, this wine demonstrates the freshness and vibrancy that Ventoux is capable of achieving due to its elevation, and its unique microclimate provided by the nearby mountain.

Ripe, and concentrated with black cherries, purple plum, raspberry and classic hints of lavendar and violets. The wine offers depth with a full-bodied structure that is sleek and sexy. Fire up the grill!

Perman

France

Details

Producer Château Pesquié
Vintage 2016
Format 750ml

Acidity

4 / 5

Tannin

4 / 5

Body

4 / 5

Sweetness

1 / 5

Fruity

4 / 5

Funky

1 / 5

In-Store Pickup

To pick up your order, visit us at our Near North location. Due to our limited storage space, orders can only be held in the store for up to 30 days after purchase. If items are not picked up after 30 days, a $10 monthly item storage fee will be charged. Any orders of 2 cases or more will be charged per case. 

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1167 N Howe Street
Chicago, IL 60610
312.255.8990
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