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Côtes du Rhône blanc, Les Plans, Domaine du Trapadis - 2022

Produced from a remarkable vineyard located on a terroir rich in clay and therefore not suffering from dryness, this very fine white could well reconcile those who are reluctant to drink southern whites with the speciality! Vinified and matured in the Burgundian style, it strikes by its fullness coupled with a surprising freshness. And the surprise also comes from the fact that it ages, very well!
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Clay-limestone soil, located on the plain, composed of red clay and small rolled pebbles. Vines are 20 years old, pruned in cordon de Royat. Planting density 4,000 vines per hectare. Yield of 10 to 15 hl per hectare. The vineyard is cultivated without weed killers, chemical fertilisers and synthetic products. Only simple substances (sulphur, copper) in low doses are used. The soil is fertilized with animal and vegetable compost. Six ploughings are carried out during the year (hoeing). Yields are controlled by short pruning, two disbudding operations, green harvesting and removal of bunches from young vines.


The harvest is manual and carefully sorted grain by grain. The grapes are transported in 20 kg open-worked crates. The harvest is pressed directly, then the juice is cold settled for 24 hours. The alcoholic fermentation starts in vats with local yeasts at a temperature of 18°C. The wine is tapped in the middle of the alcoholic fermentation in order to limit the wood intake. Malolactic fermentation takes place in barrels on fine lees. The wine is aged in the same barrels for 8 months without sulphur and without racking, then bottled before the summer.

Suggestions for accompaniment

Grilled fish - Shellfish - Tart with tomato confit and anchovies - Dried goat cheese.


Situé à Rasteau, le domaine du Trapadis cultive 32 hectares de vignes sur plusieurs AOP dont celle qui porte le nom du village ; mais également Cairanne et Roeix. C’est Césaire Brun, l’arrière-grand-père d’Helen Durand, et Théophile Chavarin, son second arrière-grand-père, qui possédaient le domaine en 1850. En 1942, grâce au mariage d’Henriette Brun et de René Chavarin, le domaine fut unifié. En 1990, Helen Durand, leur fils, commercialisa ses premières bouteilles à l’âge de 16 ans ! Le nom Trapadis signifie « trou » en provençal et fait écho à la galerie souterraine creusée dans la parcelle des grenaches plantés en 1922, là où naît la source qui alimente le hameau. Helen Durand cultive la vigne en mode biologique et privilégie les maturités croquantes, loin de tout fruit confituré, pour signer des vins aromatiques, frais, exempts de boisé afin de révéler au mieux ses terroirs de Côtes-du-Rhône Villages. Ne manquez pas aussi le blanc et également le Rasteau muté, qui est une véritable gourmandise.


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