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Tasting Notes


Wine deep golden brown.


The taste of wine is fresh, rounded, with a beautiful lively acidity, excellent balance, light wood and honey tones and captivating finish.


Wine with a generous and delicate aroma of flowers, with notes of citrus fruits such as lemon and grapefruit.


Wine combined perfectly with the following dishes: grilled fish, chicken, white truffle risotto.

Interesting Facts

"Mas la Chevalier", 2010 - a delicious dry white wine with an incredibly generous and delicate bouquet, elegant taste with well-balanced acidity and captivating finish. Wine is made from grapes of Chardonnay and Viognier grown in the Languedoc-Roussillon. Chardonnay wine was assembled with a 7-hectare vineyard called "" Peyrol ", which in the local dialect means" small stone pebbles. "This vineyard with a dense soil grows exclusively Chardonnay. Viognier grape variety comes from the vineyard" Mas la Chevaliere " , near Beziers, soil is clay-limestone with a stony surface. In the development of grape warm days, cool nights replaced. This series of temperature is important for soil vineyards - clay and limestone rocks in this sheet allow the berries to reach the ideal maturity and elegant minerality. In the process of wine making "Mas la Chevalier" Both varieties are vinified separately, to enable them to express their brighter character. For delicate spin using pneumatic press. Fermentation lasts for three weeks at a temperature of 15 °, then the wine is aged for 14 months in oak barrels ( 20%) and stainless steel tanks (80%). Then the wine is filtered and dispensed at low pressure to maintain the natural character of the wine.

Monsieur Michel Laroche, the fifth generation of the family of winemakers, is one of the few enthusiasts beginning of the 1980s, thanks to the selfless work which revived quality winemaking in South of France. In a family business, Michel Laroche joined in 1967, and in 1995 he founded a modern winery "Mas La Chevaliere", which is located in the beautifully preserved buildings guest house of the XVIII century.

Domain Laroche is located near Beziers, vine "scattered" throughout the Chablis name as well as in the Languedoc. Soil vineyards consist mainly of Kimmeridge that favorably affects the taste characteristics of wines, giving them an excellent minerality subtlety and precision. During the period from the late sixties to the present day Domain Laroche expanded its vineyards from 6 to 100 hectares, of which 30 hectares are classified as Premiers Crus and 6 hectares - as Grand Cru. Part of the vineyard is located on a fairly high altitude - Terrace for white and for red varieties. Climate areas south, sunny, so the method of regular irrigation to avoid heat stress for plants and protect them from the bitter taste, and fruit - on the stiffness.

Michel Laroche not only a successful winemaker, but also a great entrepreneur. He gets vineyards and outside France. In 2001 he turned his attention to the territory of the New World and in 2006 bought the estate "La'Avenir" with 55 hectares of vineyards in the heart of South Africa, near Stellenbosch. The acquisition will expand a great range of wines Domain. You can talk about that line of wines produced has four "estates": Domaine Laroche (Chablis), Mas La Chevaliere (Languedoc), Punto Alto (Casablanca Valley, Chile) and La'Avenir (South America). Laroche Wines transfer all the radiance and richness of these magnificent places. Impeccable wine Domain Laroche occupy deserved prizes and medals at prestigious competitions.


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In our store you can buy wine Domaine Laroche, "Mas la Chevaliere" Blanc, 2010, price Domaine Laroche, "Mas la Chevaliere" Blanc, 2010 — $ 26. Producer wine Domaine Laroche. Delivery Domaine Laroche, "Mas la Chevaliere" Blanc, 2010.

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