Category: Castellane, Vicomte de

Castellane: Florens de Castellane 1988

[English] Made of 100% Chardonnay. Yellowgolden color with refined but turbulent effervescent. In the aroma: rice cookies, hay, quince, cheap sherry, nutmeg, butter, caramel and wood. This wine is clearly a bit oxidized. It has a fat mouthfeel to it. On the palate: pear, beechnuts, cheap sherry, yeast and mature autolytic notes. After 5 minutes

Castellane: Commodore 1989

[English] Made of 70% Pinot  Noir and 30% Chardonnay. Yellow-golden color with very refined effervescence and beautiful mousse. Interesting aroma: sweet straw, matured Reinette apple, almondpaste, sugared cooked rhubarb, gingerbread, cherry, pear and some smoke. In the attack there is sharonfruit followed by sweet yeast, gooseberry, currant and watermelon. The mouthfeel is quite flat. I’m

Castellane: Croix rouge

[English] Tasted in May 2010. Made of 40% Pinot Noir, 30% Pinot Meunier and 30% Chardonnay. A light golden color with jittery bubbles that become small consistent pearls after a while. Rather complex aroma of white flowers, marmalade, melon, yeast and petrol. I taste mainly quince with a hint of vanilla, a bit of toasted