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2019 Louvau Vineyards Roussanne

NEW RELEASE

Originally grown in the Rhone wine region of France, Roussanne is a primary component in the white wines of Chateauneuf-du-Pape.   Roussanne drinks very well as a young wine, but will develop more complexity and depth if aged 7-8 years.

TASTING NOTES:  Aromas of wildflower honey and ripe apricot are complemented by baking spice.  This wine is balanced with stone fruit flavors as well as a rich, creamy brioche with hints of nutmeg spice on the palate.  An appetizing layer of subtle acidity balances out the full mouth feel.   

FOOD PAIRING:  This wine pairs well with rich shellfish and salmon dishes with lemon and herbs.  Try it with steamed clams in a white wine sauce, and plenty of sourdough bread.

AWARDS AND REVIEWS
92 points, GOLD MEDAL  |  Sunset International Wine Competition (2018 vintage)
BEST OF CLASS, GOLD MEDAL  |  Sunset International Wine Competition
Juicy peach, melon, and citrus fruit is slightly creamy on the midpalate, followed by a long, brisk, spicy finish.  (2016 vintage)
DOUBLE GOLD | San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
Unanimous Gold voted by a five member judging panel. (2016 vintage)

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2019 Louvau Vineyards Roussanne

Appellation:  Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County
Varietal: Roussanne
Fermentation:  French oak barrels
Harvest Date: September 2019
Bottling Date: February 2020
Production:  80 cases

NEW RELEASE

Originally grown in the Rhone wine region of France, Roussanne is a primary component in the white wines of Chateauneuf-du-Pape.   Roussanne drinks very well as a young wine, but will develop more complexity and depth if aged 7-8 years.

TASTING NOTES:  Aromas of wildflower honey and ripe apricot are complemented by baking spice.  This wine is balanced with stone fruit flavors as well as a rich, creamy brioche with hints of nutmeg spice on the palate.  An appetizing layer of subtle acidity balances out the full mouth feel.   

FOOD PAIRING:  This wine pairs well with rich shellfish and salmon dishes with lemon and herbs.  Try it with steamed clams in a white wine sauce, and plenty of sourdough bread.

AWARDS AND REVIEWS
92 points, GOLD MEDAL  |  Sunset International Wine Competition (2018 vintage)
BEST OF CLASS, GOLD MEDAL  |  Sunset International Wine Competition
Juicy peach, melon, and citrus fruit is slightly creamy on the midpalate, followed by a long, brisk, spicy finish.  (2016 vintage)
DOUBLE GOLD | San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
Unanimous Gold voted by a five member judging panel. (2016 vintage)