LVT 2017 r 2017 wh Early 2000s set-up at Rasteau. Powerful style of wines. After renting space from La Soumade from 2003, Georges Perrot has his own operation. He started with 5 hectares of rented vineyards. The original 1 hectare was enlarged to 20 hectares in 2009 thanks to his father-in-law Michel Bommenel, the President of the Cave de Rasteau. Philippe Cambie is the consultant oenologue.
Georges Perrot did a variety of jobs in his twenties – boilermaking, hairdressing, swimming pool attendant, the hospital at Valréas. He stays a little apart from the main Rasteau stream. There are now three Rasteau reds, one from blue and yellow clays, based on 1950s Grenache, the Esprit d’Argiles ***(*) in 2014, the La Fontaine, based on 1950s Grenache from blue clays, *** in 2014 and ***(*) in 2015, and the Les Touillères, 70% Grenache and 30% Syrah, a regular *** wine in 2014 and 2015. His Grenat Vin Doux Naturel Rasteau is very good, since it is pure and crystalline in a vintage such as 2015, a wine of poise and authority, ****. The Côtes du Rhône white is well made, the 2017 a fine and genuine ***(*) wine
Georges Perrot 1 Lotissement Les Garrigues 84110 Rasteau
Tel: +33(0)6 76 48 26 77
Countries exported to:1) USA 2) Denmark 3) Switzerland, GB, NZ, Japan; 2010: 1) GB 2) Ireland 3) Denmark 4) USA
Percentage Exported: 70% 2010: 95%
British Importers: Bibendum Wine Limited (V Vignes) 113 Regents Park Road London NW1 8UR +44(0)207 722 5577 firstname.lastname@example.org www.bibendum-wine.co.uk Ireland: James Nicholson
USA Importers: European Cellars, Eric Solomon, 2129 E 7th St, Charlotte, NC 28204, +1704 358 1565 http://www.europeancellars.com email@example.com