Terroir Daronton - Fût de Chêne, AOC Beaumes de Venise, Rouge, 2017

Presentation

The wine
Bringing together 236 artisan winegrowers in the heart of the Dentelles de Montmirail, Rhonéa produces a wine from one of the richest winegrowing terroirs in the Rhone, called Daronton, the name of the family who first planted the vineyard three generations ago. Formed by ice volcanoes 60 million years ago, the Dentelles de Montmirail comprise a patchwork of evaporate, blue clay, and limestone that give the wines a powerful, elegant, and deep flavour profile. The layers of sediment found several kilometres down rise to the surface here to form a terroir unlike any other in the world.
Terroir
This wine consists of wines from selected plots of zaffer, silt and clay, and limestone soil up to altitudes of 300 metres.
Vinification
The grapes used to make this cuvée were picked when perfectly ripe and then selected with the greatest of care. We blended this wine to bring out a complex bouquet of ripe fruit and spice, and to make it both soft and smooth on the palate.
Varietals
Carignan
Grenache
Syrah

Tasting advices

Tasting notes
The bouquet expresses this wines’s complexity and features roasting coffe aromas. The initial impression on the palate is dense, concentrated, and full bodied, with silky tannins. It has elegant oak and the diversity of aromas it even more remarkable.
Food pairing
Idéal with a grilled rib of beef, fillet of beef Rossini, or roasted vegetables.