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2017 M. Chapoutier Condrieu Invitare

75cl Volume

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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: white wine
Vintage: 2017 Other vintages
2016 and 2011
Appellation:Condrieu (Rhône, France)
Winery: M. Chapoutier
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Viognier
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
M. Chapoutier elaborates this 2017 M. Chapoutier Condrieu Invitare ($47.39), a white wine from Condrieu vinified with viognier from 2017. According to Drinks&Co users, this white wine earns 4 out of 5 points.

Description of 2017 M. Chapoutier Condrieu Invitare

2017 M. Chapoutier Condrieu Invitare (Viognier)


  • View: Straw yellow, some green touches.
  • Nose: very fruity, notes of white fruits such as pear and apricot, mineral and smoky notes structured expression.
  • Mouth: fresh, balanced palate with good acidity, an airy and elegant character.


VINEYARD: Terroir: Condrieu is one of the smallest districts of the Rhone Valley. Steep slopes and terraces here offer the most exclusive Rhone treasure: white wine viognier.

GRAPES: 100% Viognier.

AGING: part of the wine matures in oak barrels for 8 months.

PREPARATION: hand-picked grapes after pressing, cold fermentation (between 16 and 18 °C).

PAIRING: as an appetizer, fish, poultry, world and cheeses.



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The Winery

M. Chapoutier

M. Chapoutier

M. Chapoutier The house today has the largest wine Hermitage property with 34 hectares of the 115 hectares of the appellation. The adoption of biodynamic farming in all cultures, uniting tradition with innovation, with the exceptional quality of its wines, have turned this house in the framework of one of the historic names of France.

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Reviews of 2017 M. Chapoutier Condrieu Invitare


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4 /5

- The bouquet I is characterized by exotic aromas of pineapple, lychee and acacia blossom with subtle toasted notes from
- On the palate, round and powerful with an elegant freshness and an intense, long-lasting reverberation
- Allergens: contains sulfites
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M. Chapoutier Condrieu Invitare 2017

4 /5

2017 - Non contractual picture. floral and honeyed notes, white fruit notes and exotic fruits and of course mineral notes from the steep hillsides of the appellation. Serve with sole fillets, Saint-Jacques scallops, marinated raw salmon, goat cheese. M. Chapoutier Domaine: For two hundred years in the Rhone Valley, and now also in the Roussillon and Australia Chapoutier produces the best wines: Hermitage, Cote Rotie, Chateauneuf du Pape, St. Joseph, Crozes Hermitage, Luberon. Our vineyards and our parcel selections are grown either organic or biodynamic by respect for the land. Humility and will: The words that best characterize the Maison M. Chapoutier. A house that cultivates its vineyards in the highest respect of the natural balance and terroir since 1808. A coat of arms, "and spera Fac" (Make and hope) become family motto. Two verbs to say all the patience, all the audacity to have in this business. Patience vis-a-vis nature presiding. Daring the winemaker who observes, selects and supports.
The wine is the expression of this alchemy.
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M. Chapoutier Condrieu Invitare 2017

4 /5

Deep gold, golden yellow with a greenish tint. Very fruity on the nose with exotic fruit (pineapple, lychee), acacia blossom and a hint of smoke brought by the oak. The palate is very well balanced, full, with a nice fresness which gives a great elegance to this wine.
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M. Chapoutier Condrieu Invitare 2017

Reviews of other vintages of 2017 M. Chapoutier Condrieu Invitare20162011


Citrus hints of lemon and grapefruit. I enjoyed it quite long after the last sip.
I recommend having it open for a while before drinking.
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Laureen Thomas


I Bought it at the wine store I always go to .
I don't know if there are problems with the 2011 vintage, but I thought the colour was a straw-yellow. Aromas that remind of acacia flowers. You can taste sa if itwas spoiled.
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Jessica Barker
Condrieu Invitare M. Chapoutier 2011