This is a presale item and is expected to arrive in November 2017.
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: Wine Library sells this for our sale price of $22.99. There are 6 other stores that sell this from $22.98 to $29.99. Please note, we are not taking virtual inventory into account.
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"Vineyards have existed on the Roger Perrin property between Orange and Chateauneuf du Pape since the early 1900's. However, estate bottling only began in 1969 when the Domaine was founded by Roger who took over after his father-in-law's retirement. In 1980, the estate began to sell wine under its own name: Domaine Roger Perrin.
In 1986 Roger died unexpectedly during harvest, and his son Luc, a teenager studying oenology and doing an apprenticeship at Chateau de Beaucastel, took over the Domaine. Luc Perrin steadily, over 24 years, increased the quality of the vineyards and his wines to become a rising star in Chateauneuf du Pape. Today, the latest generation, Lucâs nephew Xavier Rollin is in command.
Domaine Roger Perrin today owns 40 hectares of vineyard in Chateauneuf du Pape, Cotes du Rhone and Vin de Pays de la Principaute d'Orange. Spread out over 72 individual parcels, each sub-plot has its own distinct âMini Terroirâ. And while some of the vines are more than 100 years old, the average age of the vines is 60 years old; 85% of the vines are over 20 years of age. The Chateauneuf vines are planted on two types of soil. The first is a clay and limestone subsoil covered by the famous galets roulÃ©s. The second type of soil contains much more sand and makes wines that show a little more aromatic and tannic finesse." - Importer