Perrin Reserve Côtes du Rhône Blanc 2010 ~ A white for all seasons

Produced by the Perrin Family with nearly a century of wine making legacy, and grapes sourced from the southern region of France near Cairanne and Joquieres, this full bodied, yet fresh, white wine is a blend of 50% Grenache Blanc, 20% Viognier, 15% Marsanne, 15% Roussanne.

There are green apple and kiwi aromas; with fresh grapefruit and citrus flavors upon the first sip. The finish is creamy and lush. All this suggests this wine can bridge the gap between a summer and winter white wine.

Perrin Reserve

Perrin Reserve Cotes du Rhone Blanc

This wine is quite at home sipping alone on the porch, or with a meal. The diversity and crowd pleasing qualities make this a ‘go to white’ when you want something other than a Chardonnay or Sauvignon Blanc.

Pair this wine with fresh salads, Mediterranean and seafood dishes.

Alcohol 13%

Retails at $12 (found at Trader Joes, Washington, DC for $9.50)

From the Côtes du Rhône region of southern France


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Eileen Gross is the Chief Financial Officer for a financial services and risk management firm in Washington, DC. A 1983 Graduate of Fordham University, she is wine lover, traveler, and collector who shares her wine experiences on her blog “Wine Everyday." She is a contributing writer for 12most.com and is a member of the Society of Wine Educators.
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5 Responses to Perrin Reserve Côtes du Rhône Blanc 2010 ~ A white for all seasons

  1. Pingback: Budget Friendly Wines for a Budget Friendly #SundaySupper | Wine Everyday

  2. It’s great to discover new alternatives to usual fares. Thanks for coming up with great pairing suggestions too.

  3. Hi Eileen ! This wine sounds so delish I might just hop over to Trader Joe’s and buy a bottle today :) Thank you for all the lovely wine pairings you set us up with. lent a classic touch to the meal.

  4. BigFatBaker says:

    This sounds like a lovely white wine. I loved learning about wine, I feel like I actually know about the region and what not. Perfect pair for the #sundaysupper!

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