Marsanne

The grape most likely originated in the Northern Rhône region where it is widely planted today. It is a principal component of the white wines from the Hermitage, Crozes-Hermitage and Saint-Joseph AOCs. Marsanne produces deeply coloured wines that are rich and nutty, with hints of spice and pear. 

Hermitage Chante Alouette M. Chapoutier 2013
Michel Chapoutier
Hermitage Chante Alouette M. Chapoutier 2013
Hermitage Chante Alouette M. Chapoutier 2013 100% Marsanne A brilliant green gold. Complex and subtle on the nose with aromas of quince, walnut, honey, ginger, acacia with a hint of linden-tree. Notes of almond on the palate, very elegant and good length.
£48.99
Saint Joseph Blanc Les Granits 2011
Michel Chapoutier
Saint Joseph Blanc Les Granits 2011
Saint Joseph Blanc Les Granits, Northern Rhône, France 2011  100% Marsanne "Pale honey colour. Honeysuckle nose. Pretty low acid makes it taste a little sweet but gloriously beguiling. Not that intense but very flattering with just a hint of...
£48.00