“Paradou” in the old Provençal language, the “langue d’oc,” does not mean “paradise” but refers to the old watermills that once dotted the landscape. Le Paradou is indeed a former watermill owned by the Chaudière Family and the guest house of Château Pesquié. Frédéric & Alexandre Chaudière, the new generation of the family have selected great Viognier plots at the foot of the Mount Ventoux and at the foot of the Cévennes (South East of the Central Mountain, the « Massif Central ») between Montpellier and Nîmes to make a very fresh and elegant Le Paradou white.
2016. 100% Viognier Grapes.
Nose of white flowers, white fruits (peach). In mouth, very fresh and balanced, with citrus aromas (lemon), white fruits and a great minerality.