Baron de Badassiere - Viognier IGP Pays d'Oc 2012 - French White Wine 75cl Bottle


Baron de Badassiere - Viognier IGP Pays d'Oc 2012
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75cl Bottle
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Pale but bright, this wine hasintense fruityaromas with hints of apricots and peaches, that continue through to the juicy fruity palate. The delicious freshfinish is long and scented, with stone fruit and citrus complexity.

Category(s):     White Wine

Producer: Baron de Badassiere
ABV:   13%
Appellation:   Coteaux du Languedoc
Bio-Dynamic:   No
Brand:   Baron de Badassiere
Country of Origin:   France
Grape Type:   Viognier
Kosher:   No
Organic:   No
Region:   Languedoc
Type of closure:   Stelvin
Vegan:   Yes
Vegetarian:   Yes
Vintage:   2012
Winemaker:   Graeme Paul


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Producer Information

Baron de Badassiere is from the Picpoul de Pinet region of the Languedoc, near the coast of the south of France. The name of the wine refers to the Badassiere vineyard which lies near the small town of Pomerols. In the 18th century, the vineyard belonged to Baron Charles Emmanuel, a colourful character who was rumoured to be the illegitimate son of King Louis XV. The wines are made exclusively for Liberty by New Zealand winemaker Graeme Paul, with consultant Matt Thomson, at the Cave de Pomerols cooperative where the Vignes de L'Eglise range is also produced. This region benefits from a sunny, warm climate which encourages ripe, fruity flavours in the wines, while the coastal breezes help retain freshness and aromatics.

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