The Roux family acquiered the Château du Trignon in 1896. Back then it was a traditional provençal farm of the time, with mixed and livestock farming. Since then 5 generations have refocused the farm on the vine and expanded the estate across a number of neighbouring appellations: Gigondas, Rasteau, Sablet and Côtes du Rhône.
Yellow colour, with light green glints. Aromas of lemon and pineapple on a very floral nose. Hints of citrus and pears in the mouth. Lots of vivacity and well balanced.
Easy to drink, as an aperitif but also with desserts with fruits, almonds or chestnut.
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