From Latin, “Inviter” in French. The Condrieu “Invitare” is an invitation to share a convivial moment.
What does this wine taste like?
|Deep yellow / Greenish glints / Intense / Bright|
|Fruit aromas / Exotic fruits / Pineapple / White-fleshed peaches / Apricot / Lychee / Floral scents / White flowers / Acacia blossom|
|Rounded / With body / Fruit-forward / Candied fruit / Ageing notes / Vanilla / Good acidity|
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The Maison Chapoutier lays claim to a family tradition which dates back to 1808, although it wasn't until Michel Chapoutier took control of the company in 1990 that its wines began to stand out, with a very extensive catalogue offering a variety of high quality products. Chapoutier is particularly well-known for its remarkable Hermitage wines; in this appellation, the Chapoutier maison owns its largest tract of wine-producing land, comprising 34 of the 115 hectares held...