White Wines Tasting Scirocco

St Barth’s Wine

If you do Love White Wines, indulge yourself in a wine tasting at your villa in St Barths!  A qualified Sommelier will be at your villa in St Barths and will share with you the excitement of three White wine tastings, together with a special cheese platter … a real sensory experience.

Duration: 25 minutes

The advantages of a villa tasting are many:
- Possibility to taste the best White Wines comfortably at your villa in St Barths.
- No stress for the preparation: our Sommelier will provide glasses, plates, napkins; everything you need to conduct the tasting in order to enjoy your holiday atmosphere with friends and family.
- You will learn about the production procedure and about the characteristics of each White Wine.
- Everyone could enjoy the wine tasting without having to drive back home. 


White Wine Tasting for 4 - 6 Guests  $ 135.00 


2014 Chablis 1er Cru Vaillons Drouhin Vaudon, Burgundy White. Maison Joseph Drouhin was founded in 1880 when Joseph Drouhin took control of a merchant business which itself dated from 1756. Joseph Drouhin's philosophy was one of quality, and he invested in vineyards to ensure a supply of good quality fruit, his first purchase being the premier cru Clos des Mouches in Beaune. The family firm flourished and passed to son Maurice Drouhin, and upon Maurice suffering a stroke, it then passed to nephew Robert Drouhin in 1957, at the tender age of twenty-four. Robert continued to expand the domain, acquiring land in many of the Grands Crus of the Côte d'Or, and establishing a large Domaine in Chablis in the 1960s. Of the domains 63 ha, over half of this is in Chablis, with just over 25 ha in the Côte d'Or.

Chablis 1er Cru Vaillons Drouhin-Vaudon 2014

Grapes : 100% Chardonnay Retail price: $ 47.65


2016 Chateauneuf du Pape Clos la Roquète Brunier, Rhône White. The Domaine de la Roquète was acquired by the Brunier family, best associated with Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe, in 1986. The estate was sold by the previous proprietor, René Laugier, to Henri Brunier, who subsequently handed it onto his sons, Daniel and Frederic. Since taking control of Roquète the family have been determinedly raising quality, with perhaps the most notable development being the construction of new cellars in 1998. The winery itself is located very near the town centre of Châteauneuf itself, although the vineyards are scattered across the southern parts of the Rhône Valley. 

Chateauneuf du Pape Clos la Roquete Brunier 2016 

Grapes : Roussanne, Bourboulenc,Grenache Blanc              Retail price: $ 47.65 


2015 Menetou-Salon Morogues H. Pellé, Loire Valley. This anonymously named Domaine was established by none other than Henry Pellé of course, and dates back to at least 1959, the time of the creation of the Menetou-Salon appellation, although the family have been making wine in the region since long before that. To date the domain remains in the hands of Henry's descendants, having been passed down at least two generations. The current incumbent is Anne Pellé, the widow of Eric Pellé - Henry's son - who died in 1995, and she runs the estate with the assistance of her own son Paul-Henry. Anne takes on much of the sales and marketing side of the business, whilst Paul-Henry is in charge of winemaking, with consultation from oenologist Julien Zernott. Together they are responsible for approximately one-quarter of the output of the Menetou-Salon appellation. 

Menetou-Salon Morogues H Pelle 2015

Grapes : 100% Sauvignon Retail price: $ 22.65


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