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Chateau de Ripaille Vin de Savoie

FOOD & WINE Wine Club Chateau de Ripaille Vin de Savoie FOOD & WINE Wine Club Chateau de Ripaille Vin de Savoie
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Grape Chasselas
Year 2009
Country France
Appellation Eastern France

$14.00 $11.90 per bottle

Member Price: $10.71
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From a vineyard located along Lake Geneva, this bright, lithe white makes a terrific aperitif on a muggy August evening.
What You Need To Know
Château de Ripaille's 54 acres of vineyards are planted entirely to Chasselas, a white grape variety that's found in wildly different incarnations (dry, sweet and even sparkling wines) all over the world. But its home turf is in the foothills of the Western Alps, where Swiss and French versions of crisp, fruity Chasselas-based whites abound. Château de Ripaille winemaker Paule Necker, whose family purchased the estate's turreted castle and vineyards in 1892, crafts delicate Chasselas whites that get a distinctive chalkiness from stony limestone soils.
Smell It
Smell It
Pretty scents of melon, lime and chalk.
Taste It
Taste It
Light-bodied and refreshing, with lime and orange notes.
Serve It
Serve It
Serve well chilled.
Pair It
Pair It
Traditionally paired with fondue, it's also delicious on its own or with light vegetable and seafood dishes.