Cascavel, Comme un Lézard au Soleil biologique, AOC Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise, Dessert,

Golden yellow

Nose: delicate apricot and honey

Mouth: Fresh, delicately sweet with length

 

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Dessert wine by Cascavel from Rhone valley, France. Organically grown Muscat blanc from 30-year-old vines. gold accents. Nose: Delicate, intense, big rose aromas, apricot aromas, big fruit aromas, big honey aromas. This natural sweet wine reveals the charm of Provence. To drink young or keep for a few years, as an aperitif, with fruit desserts, but also with strong cheeses (Roquefort). On tasting, this wine stands out for its freshness, liveliness, finesse and length on the palate. During ageing, more complex aromas may appear, such as candied orange and dried apricot. Pale yellow colour with green reflections. At the start of a meal, as an aperitif or with sweet, salty, spicy or spicy dishes.

 

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Located between the Monts du Vaucluse and the Luberon massif, near Isle sur la Sorgue, Caravinsérail is distinguished by the experience of its managers, wines that constantly seek authenticity, freshness and elegance, and a naturally proactive culture of striving for excellence.

Most of the wines come from organic farming or from the UNESCO-listed Mont Ventoux biosphere reserve.

In March 2000, Raphael Trouiller founded Domaine Cascavel in the Côtes du Ventoux appellation. Ownership and management of the domaine have since passed to Xavier Logette. A total of 9.5 hectares of vineyards are divided into 14 small plots and are planted with 25- to 60-year-old vines. Everything is grown purely organically to produce wines that are true to the terroir and have the soul of the south. Raphael’s oenologist Didier Robert, who is the tutor and boss of none other than Philippe Cambie. Despite an interim change of ownership, Didier has been cellar master at Cascavel continuously for 18 years. In Côtes du Ventoux, the grapes ripen significantly later than in the warmer Rhône valley, the wines are fresher and more differentiated, but still have the velvety warmth characteristic of the region. Like the entire Ventoux region, the winery led by Xavier Logette and his highly experienced winemaker Didier has been on a qualitative upswing for years, producing brilliant wines from the somewhat fresher terroirs on the Ventoux, which marks the geographical transition from the Rhône valley to Provence.

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