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Jean Le Blanc, Picpoul de Pinet AOP, Domanie Camp Aucels, 2019

Jean Le Blanc, Picpoul De Pinet Aop, Domanie Camp Aucels, 2019

Type White
Grapes Piquepoul
Country/Region France
Food pairing Meat, Fish, Vegetables, Poultry
Vintage 2019
Alcohol 12%
Product number: 362436
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Everything you would expect from a quality Picpoul de Pinet: light with refreshing citrus and delightful white flower aromatics. This organic wine is an excellent crowd-pleaser and the perfect way to kick start any dinner.

The nose is soft and delicate with aromas of hawthorn and acacia. Intense palate, bursting with lemon, lime and grapefruit flavours. A refreshing wine with a noticeable saline quality that lingers on the tongue. Clear yellow with green hues.

Ideal served with lean fish and shellfish, particularly mussels, oysters and lobster. Also a delicious white to pair with a cheese board. Serve chilled, between 8 and 10°.

About the Vineyard

The estate has been owned by a family of winemakers for eight generations. Cathy Do, chief winemaker, has been living on the estate all her life. She has planted the classic local grape varieties and sought to revive some that have been forgotten by modern winemakers. Cathy takes pride in allowing "nature to speak" and works hard to ensure that the local biodiversity is preserved to produce wines in harmony with nature.

Domaine de Campaucels is located in the region of Languedoc (South of France), halfway between Béziers and Montpellier in the town of Montagnac. The area is the haunt of migratory birds and is praised for its biodiversity. Enjoying a maritime influence from the Mediterranean Sea, young vines are planted on clay and limestone soil.

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