Chateau de Plaisance Ronceray Blanc
Chateau de Plaisance Ronceray Blanc - Chateau de Plaisance Ronceray Blanc is from a variety of old-vine plots (35-50-year-old) around the winery. The wine follows a similar winemaking path to the Anjou Blanc above but is partially aged in barrel for 12 months. Significantly older vines and a barrel influence immediately suggest more richness but that’s not the over-riding impression in the glass! Ronceray is more concentrated and it’s way ‘tighter’, leaner in its initial feel and literally shimmering with tension. It’s an exciting and quite delicious drink right now but there’s surely an incredible story to unfold here over the next few years as well. Beautiful, serious wine.
The oak influence adds subtle power to accompany the bright citrus fruits and razor sharp acidity.
Smoked salmon, or, of if you're feeling flush some lobster tails.
Sold in cases of six bottles