Fermented in stainless steel and cold stabilized to preserve freshness and aromas, with signature varietal aromas of lemon and pineapple backed by a zesty and sweet mid-palate of ripe citrus and orchard pears.
Chateau du Trignon was bought by the Quiot family in 2006. Winemakers since 1748, the family also owns Domaine du Vieux Lazaret, Domaine Duclaux, Combes d’Arnevels, Domaine Houchart and Chateau du Trignon. The family actively participates in all aspects of winemaking and has significantly improved overall quality. The estate vineyards are located in Gigondas, Vacqueyras, Rasteau, Sablet and Beaumes de Venise. In 2008, the Quiot family added an additional 24 acres of vines in Vacqueyras and four (4) acres in Beaumes de Venise, increasing their total holdings to 150 acres.
|100% Muscat Petit Grain that is sourced from vineyards planted on clay and limestone in the Beaumes de Venise appellation.