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 ‘De L’Orée’  Blanc, M Chapoutier, Hermitage, Northern Rhome, France 2011
Michel Chapoutier
Ermitage Blanc De L Oree 2011 M Chapouter
Ermitage ‘De L’Orée’  Blanc, M Chapoutier, Hermitage, Northern Rhome, France 2011   3.5ha, 100% Marsanne The grapes producing “De l’Orée” come from the plot ‘Les Murets’...
£156.00
Saint Joseph Blanc Les Granits 2011
Michel Chapoutier
Saint Joseph Blanc Les Granits 2011 M Chapoutier
Saint Joseph Blanc Les Granits, Northern Rhône, France, M Chapoutier 2011  2ha, 100% Marsanne This wine comes from a small selection of very old Marsanne vines planted on steep granitic slopes in the South of Tournon. The granitic soil also...
£45.00