Bright yellow with tints of green. Green fruit, wheat, hazelnuts on the nose with a soft, delicate, aromatic mouthfeel. Renowned for its exceptional value for money (included recently in the famous Wall Street Journal), La Vieille Ferme Blanc is the archetype of Rhône whites. Fruity, crisp and soft with great body. A wonderful “enjoyment” wine! Located largely in the Luberon Regional Park, midway between Avignon, Aix en Provence and Manosque. Average altitude of 300 meters the vineyard. Alluvial old flat or round pebble, limestone marl, said some areas in the Luberon collars, ie closer stony clay, which are cast the drift downhill. Accolades JANCIS ROBINSON Interesting, relaxed, local, smoky blend. Round and satisfying. There is some interest and local character here. Fresher and more appetising than the average Côtes du Rhône white. WINIPEG FREE PRESS Grenache Blanc, Ugni Blanc and Vermentino are the grapes used to make this white blend. Crisp peach, lemon rind, fresh floral and toasted nut aromas show well on the nose. It’s a fresh but viscous, medium-bodied white, with citrus rind and peach most prevalent on the palate and a hint of acidity for freshness. A very good value that would work with mild curries or grilled salmon. EDMONTON SUN This stylish white blend is made in an easy-going style, with the right amount of juicy fruit flavours and refreshment. This underscores the terrific value to be had from regional wines made in the south of France. Enjoy with lighter fare, such as roast chicken or grilled fish.