This elegant and fruity wine comes from noble vines grown high on the slopes of the Luberon Mountains in Provence. It has been meticulously selected by Jean-Pierre and François Perrin, whose family has been making great wines at Château de Beaucastel for generations.
Country of Origin
The average altitude of the vineyards is 300 metres/1000 feet above sea-level, and the grapes are harvested relatively late.
Please drink responsibly
The UK Chief Medical Officers recommend adults do not regularly drink more than 14 units per week
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (6)
Did not expect much but tried it on a friend's recommendation. It is actually quite a lovely wine and very easy to drink. Great price too.
Very happy to find this tasty well rounded white. Im not a fan of acidic or overly sweet wines and this was just the right balance. Delicious.
Had a few reservations when ordering this, however after being impressed by their red wine I thought I would try the white, its smooth, non acidic but has depth, almost like a mix between a Viognier and Sauvignon, pleasantly surprised.
Great French white
I am usually a Pinot or Sauvignon drinker but starting to enjoy more French wines and think this is lovely for the value. Easy drinking wine.
dont be put off
I nearly didnt try this because of negative reviews but it was on offer so I thought Id give it a go.. Its a very nice Vin de Table, dont be put off
the 2016 is a decent vintage
Tasty dry white. Fruity edge with a dry finish. It's on special offer at the moment and definitely worth a £5.99 price mark in my opinion.