Rochette Chenonceaux Blanc, is from a tiny new appellation called touraine-chenonceaux total size is 35 hectares (smaller than a lot of new world vineyards) , it uses the best plots of land above the river Cher and gets its name for the famous Chateau de Chenonceau, the wine has real elegance and quality. Vincent L’Eclair from Rochette was at the forefront of creating this new appellation and it’s a real passion of his.
Golden colour, with yellow highlights. Expressive, fine, intense white flowers, stewed fruit, slight mango and subtle vanilla aromas. The taste is powerful, full, with white flowers overtones, subtle vanilla hints, fine tannin, smooth, mineral, powerful body, strong intensity, long length.less