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The Allée Bleue Starlette Blanc features distinctive pepper notes and aromas of tropical fruits. A perfect interplay between acidity and sweetness promises a true taste adventure.
The Wine in DetailThe Allée Bleue Starlette Blanc displays lively green hues in the glass. The inviting bouquet combines distinctive pepper notes with a hint of tropical fruits. On the palate, notes of mango and peach become apparent. The interplay of fresh acidity and sweetness perfectly harmonies and gives the cuvee a wonderful finesse.Goes with …The Allée Bleue Starlette Blanc is an ideal companion for light dishes such as antipasti, salad or vegetables. It is also a feast for the palate in combination with fish dishes. Try it with a pizza with Parma ham and rocket – simply a wonderful pleasure!Grape VarietyThe Allée Bleue Starlette Blanc consists of the grape varieties Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc. Sauvignon Blanc constitutes the largest part and is famous for a tangy and aromatic white wine. The typical aromas of gooseberry or tropical aromas can also be found in this delicious bottle. Soft aromas of honey, lime and vanilla are typical for a white wine from Chenin Blanc. Together, these grape varieties make the Allée Bleue Starlette Blanc a true taste adventure.The WineryThe winery Allée Bleue belongs to the high quality producers of South African wine. Due to the ideal location in the Franschhoek Valley, the estate benefits from the nutritious soils and climatic conditions. The yard uses several different methods to constantly increase the quality of the premium wines. For example, the cultivation on seashell and sandstone soils makes for naturally reduced yields and therefore a higher fruit concentration of the wines. These fine aromas can be tasted with the Allée Bleue Starlette Blanc.StorageThe Allée Bleue Starlette Blanc matured on yeast for several months in order to develop its unique aroma. Gourmets enjoy the fresh bottle at an early stage yet it is still very delicious after a few years in the cellar.
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