Le Triporteur - IGP Vaucluse blanc
Art & Tendance

Le Triporteur - IGP Vaucluse White

The Triporteur is a humoristic movie made in 1957 by Jacques Pinoteau. This film revealed Darry Cowl, a comic, in a role of a candid man who rides his tricycle to Nice to attend the final of the French Football Cup to support his village. As the film, this wine invites you to a "French" way of a friendly and festive life.
    • Terroir

      Clay and silicious.

    • Grape Varieties

      Grenache, Bourboulenc, Clairette, Marsanne, Roussane et Sauvignon.

    • Winemaking

      Destalking, pressing. Fermentation at low temperature 14 to 16° C.
      No malolactic fermentation to optimize the freshness by controlling the acidity.
      Bottled at the end of the winter to keep a maximum of freshness and aromas.

    • Ageing

      Bottled in early spring in order to keep a maximum of freshness and intense aromas.

    • Tasting Notes

      This dry white wine is made from several grapes varieties and has a clear gold greenish colour. Grenache blanc brings roundness in the mouth with white flowers nuances, Clairette brings grapefruit, acacias, Roussane and Marsanne bring stone fruits and complexity, and Sauvignon blanc brings exotic fruits aromas.
      Winemaking at low temperature enhances its intense aromas.

    • Tasting Advices

      To enjoy now or can be kept 1 - 2 years. Serve at 14°-16°C

    • Food Pairings

      Excellent by itself and can be paired with shellfish, fish and various starters.

    • Awards

      Vintage 2018 : Gold Medal Gilbert & Gaillard
      Vintage 2017 : Gold Medal Gilbert & Gaillard

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