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Chateau LA ROULERIE Anjou Blanc 'Le P'tit Chenin' 2022
Chateau LA ROULERIE Anjou Blanc 'Le P'tit Chenin' 2022

Chateau LA ROULERIE Anjou Blanc 'Le P'tit Chenin' 2022


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VSSK-00928-Case (6 x 75 CL)
  • Wine Region: Loire Valley - France
  • Terroirs: Anjou
  • Grape: 100% Organic Chenin Blanc
  • Color: White
  • Farming: Certified Organic

Tasting notes: Château de la Roulerie Anjou Blanc "Le P'tit Chenin" 2022 offers a vibrant and refreshing experience with its pale straw yellow color and bright reflections. The nose is fresh and aromatic, featuring lively notes of green apple, pear, citrus zest, and white flowers, with subtle hints of minerality. On the palate, it is crisp and well-balanced, with zesty acidity highlighting flavors of apple, lemon, and a touch of honey. The mid-palate shows pleasant minerality and a slight creaminess, adding depth. The finish is clean and refreshing, with lingering notes of citrus and floral undertones. Overall, this wine showcases the bright and fruity characteristics of Chenin Blanc, making it perfect for enjoying on its own or paired with light dishes.

​​The Château de la Roulerie is located in the commune of Saint Aubin de Luigné in the Loire Valley of France. With the estate dating back to the 11th century and the chateau built mid-15th, Roulerie’s terraced vineyards really come to relevance in a more recent time.

In 1996, winemaker Philippe Germain’s father, Bernard (of the Bordeaux Germain-Sancrits), purchased Roulerie from famed chef Gaston Lenotre and they started producing stunning examples of wine. This historic estate is owned and managed by Philippe Germain and his wife Marie: their family has history in the region with his brother Thierry at Les Roches Neuves in Champigny and his father at Château de Fesles. They are committed to improving the wines in every way possible with organic certification planned for next year and an ongoing programme of vineyard expansion. Philippe has purchased part of the nearby Domaine de la Grande Brosse which adds another 18 ha of vineyard. Les Terrasses is immediately next to La Roulerie and named after the wide terraces on which the vines are planted. Today it encompasses 42 hectares of vines, 30 of Chenin Blanc and 12 of Cabernet Franc.