Georges Duboeuf – Saint-Veran Domaine du Val Lamaratinien
The property was later bought by Benoît Triboulet, who was a known distiller in the neighboring village of Bussières.
From 1959, the father and son (Hubert and Alain), took over the wine estate with great concentration and created high quality wines.
This wine of Saint-Veran shows a pale golden color with green tints with great expression on the nose, revealing apple and pear aromas as well as scents of white blossom added by hazelnut and almond with some hints of pineapple.
On the palate, lime and plum flavors are dominating with medium-plus acidity and have long, slightly-tart finish, which are good for tasting the wine 12 °C.
Tint: Pale, golden color with green tints
Aromas: Apple, pear with scents of white blossom enhanced by hazelnut and almond
Aroma hints: Pineapple
Flavor: Lime and plum
Flavor finish: Long, slightly-tart
Bottle size: 75 cl
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