Les Sinards comes from a 2.5- acre vineyard near Château de Beaucastel, the Perrin brothers’ estate. In the dry, warm 2017 vintage, it grew a buttery, rich white, yet it’s not at all sweet. Rather, the flavors focus on toasted almonds and lees, hay and herbs,with the scent of warm rocks on a hot day. A high percentage of clairette gives it zest, as well as the backbone to age well over the next decade.
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