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. 

Ermitage Blanc L’Ermite 2012 M Chapoutier, Hermitage, Northern Rhone France
Michel Chapoutier
Ermitage Blanc L Ermite 2012 M Chapoutier
Ermitage Blanc L’Ermite 2012 M Chapoutier, Hermitage, Northern Rhone France  100% Marsanne  Particularly complex, dense nose with masses of acidity and prominent saltiness. A very long term wine with great potential. Lots of lime...
£250.00
Ermitage Blanc Le Meal 2012 Chapoutier
Michel Chapoutier
Ermitage Blanc Le Meal 2012 Chapoutier
Ermitage Blanc ‘Le Méal’ Chapoutier 2012 2ha, 100% Marsanne Grapes producing “Le Méal” come from the Méal hillside. This is an old fluvioglacial alluvial deposit soil with large pebbles which contribute to...
£137.00
Hermitage Chante Alouette, Hermitage, Northern Rhone, France, M. Chapoutier 2017
Michel Chapoutier
Hermitage Chante Alouette M. Chapoutier 2017
Hermitage Chante Alouette, Hermitage, Northern Rhone, France, M. Chapoutier 2017  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...
£55.00