2018 Chateau Pesquie Muscat de Beaume-de-Venise

Type of Wine White
Country France
Region Côtes du Rhone
Winery Château Pesquie
Year 2018
Grape Muscat
Content (Alc) 0.5 ltr (15%)
Drink window 2020 - 2030
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Alex and Fred have recently launched this new wine on the market with the wish and purpose of making the fresh Muscat de Beaume-de-Venise available. And that wish seems to have been fulfilled. Because this wine is fantastic with a beautiful light golden color and a flawless fresh nose in which the fruit is almost exploding. Very elegant wine and certainly not too sweet. You didn't taste this yet, so fantastic. Organically made from 50 year old sticks. The Muscat de Beaume-de-Venise is a great beautiful desert wine. Drink this beautiful wine lightly cooled.

Vineyard for 2018 Chateau Pesquie Muscat de Beaume-de-Venise

Frédéric Chaudière (commerce) and his brother Alexandre (winemaker) jointly run Château Pesquié, located at the foot of Mont Ventoux. Their 72 hectares of vineyards are located within a maximum radius of 5 km around the Château in the municipality of Mormoiron and are planted on a very siliceous soil, mixed with clay and sandstone. The ecological way of working, in combination with a good quality and varied soil, the right grape varieties with a considerable age and the favorable microclimate with the cooling effect of the Mont Ventoux, guarantee top quality wines. Both brothers with great love for their wines and passion for quality, are currently seen as pioneers of their region and are a shining example for the Ventoux appellation. Robert Parker underlines the quality of this Château by regularly giving high scores.

The history of the winery is a real family history that started in the 1970s, when Odette and René Bastide bought an old and dilapidated winery and renovated it bit by bit. Above all, the vineyards were well cared for, they gave the harvest to a cooperative for 20 years. When around 1985, Odette's daughter Edith and her husband Paul Chaudière took over the winery, the vineyards were already in very good condition, in addition to the fact that the southern Rhône region was promoted to a qualified wine-growing region. This is how the first Château Pesquié came onto the market in the great vintage of 1990. In 2003 the two sons Alexandre and Frédéric took over the management of the estate together with their cousin Renaud. With a series of vintages that made a deep impression on the international press, they managed to get Château Pesquié into the top five of the Appellation Ventoux.

The conditions for this are therefore ideal. Just the location of the Château on the border of the Alps and the Mediterranean, in the extraordinary microclimate of Mont Ventoux. This guarantees very healthy grapes. The vineyards are at their best at about 35 years old. Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, Carignan, Mourvèdre, Roussanne, Viognier, Clairette and Chardonnay offer the typical Rhone grape varieties. The wine cellar is equipped with the most modern techniques. “If you like southern Rhône reds but don't like the price of most famous Châteauneufs, you should consider the great value and pleasure offered by Pesquié’s Les Terrasses”, Jancis Robinson writes, giving a telling assessment of the level of this winery!

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Type of Wine White
Country France
Region Côtes du Rhone
Winery Château Pesquie
Grape Muscat
Biological No
Vegan No
Year 2018
Drinking as of 2020
Drinking till 2030
Alcohol % 15
Alcohol free/low No
Content 0.5 ltr
Oak aging Yes
Sparkling No
Dessert wine No
Closure Cork
Tasting Profiles Aromatisch, Fruitig, Kruidig, Rijk, Rond, Steenfruit, Tropisch fruit, Vol, Zoet
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