Welcome to the Latitude Wine Online Store

Maison Williams Chase Papillon

More Views

Maison Williams Chase Papillon
£14.99
Expressive on the nose with notes of white peach and acacia flowers, these aromatic flavours continue on the palate alongside ripe citrus fruit and a delightful hint of brioche. The superb freshness of the wine makes for a delicious match with grilled fish or rich creamy mushroom sauces. Serve at 16-18° and the wine shows enormous depth and complex mineral tones.


Description

Details

Chateau Constantin Chase in Provence is located just minutes from the quaint picturesque village of Lourmarin and is best described in Peter Mayle’s ‘A Year In Provence’. At Chateau Constantin Chase, the wine making starts in the vineyards, which extend over almost 20 hectares, and are covered in beautiful ‘vielle vignes’, or ‘old vines’. Planted during the 1960’s, the domaine has been producing exquisite wines from unique terroirs and an exceptional climate. From gravel based river plains to the icy ‘mistral’ wind; each part of the Provence process culminates in the production of fantastic wine.

William, with his team of expert sommeliers then hand-pick unique, premium wines from around the globe to bring to the Williams Chase collection, investigating and investing in vineyards with the same ethos and values as our field to bottle processes.

Tasting Notes
Expressive on the nose with notes of white peach and acacia flowers, these aromatic flavours continue on the palate alongside ripe citrus fruit and a delightful hint of brioche. The superb freshness of the wine makes for a delicious match with grilled fish or rich creamy mushroom sauces. Serve at 16-18° and the wine shows enormous depth and complex mineral tones.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Name Maison Williams Chase Papillon
Country France
Region Luberon
ABV% 13%
Vintage 2015
Grape Variety Vermentino, Viognier
Size 750ml
Dietary Information No
Reviews

Product Tags

Other people marked this product with these tags:

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.