Deep shade of yellow with ambery tones.Tones of a, complex Rebula prevail, with mineral and mature scents. Given the opportunity to rest in a glass for some time, the wine releases a variety of clear, noble and distinct smells – straw fruit compote, dried fruit with a touch of butter and vanilla.The story of Rebula’s exquisite harmony of taste continues on the palate. Dry in the mouth, however strong and thus with a hint of sweetness.High alcohol content agrees perfectly with the full body. Rounded by a pleasant freshness. Soft undertones of mature tannins. Rebula displays a warm and intense character.
Although Châteauneuf du Pape wines are well-known today, in particular for their great red wines (95% of the appellation) mainly from Grenache Noir varieties, connoisseurs will recognise in the white wines all the signs of a great 'terroir'. Two limestone plots at the Terroirs du Clos are kept for a wine whose uniqueness has no equal with regard to its delicacy, which will seduce palates that are seeking freshness and minerality.This wine provides a masterclass in how to bring three historic varieties together with a subtlety and grace which belies the warmth of the wine’s origins. The wine is generous without clumsiness and delicate yet ripe acidity and faintly bitter.
Sparkling wine that satisfies more demanding tastes. Extremely dry, surprising with its cheerfulness and freshness. In the smell and taste we are stunned by fruity notes and relaxed memories of the spring flowers.