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Producer: André Perret, Article: The Northern Rhône: 2017 and 2018

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VintageWineColorRatingPriceReviews
2018 Andre Perret Saint Joseph Blanc

Starting with the 2018 Saint Joseph Blanc, it offers beautiful peach, crushed mint, and acacia flower notes as well as a medium-bodied, elegant style on the palate. While the Condrieus get all the attention from this terrific estate, their Saint Joseph Blanc is well worth seeking out.

One of the insider-only producers in Condrieu is Andre Perret, who has a tiny cellar just south of the village of Condrieu. His whites are consistently at the top of the heap in the Northern Rhône, and his reds rarely get the credit and recognition they deserve. You can’t go wrong with any of these wines, and if you have tried a wine from Perret, get out there and find a bottle!

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Starting with the 2018 Saint Joseph Blanc, it offers beautiful peach, crushed mint, and acacia flower notes as well as a medium-bodied, elegant style on the palate. While the Condrieus get all the attention from this terrific estate, their Saint Joseph Blanc is well worth seeking out.

One of the insider-only producers in Condrieu is Andre Perret, who has a tiny cellar just south of the village of Condrieu. His whites are consistently at the top of the heap in the Northern Rhône, and his reds rarely get the credit and recognition they deserve. You can’t go wrong with any of these wines, and if you have tried a wine from Perret, get out there and find a bottle!

2018 Andre Perret Condrieu

Moving to the Condrieu releases, the 2018 Condrieu is as classic as it gets, with brilliant orange blossom, tangerine, and white flowers aromas and flavors. It shows the more rounded, supple style of the vintage, is beautifully balanced, and about as satisfying as they come.

One of the insider-only producers in Condrieu is Andre Perret, who has a tiny cellar just south of the village of Condrieu. His whites are consistently at the top of the heap in the Northern Rhône, and his reds rarely get the credit and recognition they deserve. You can’t go wrong with any of these wines, and if you have tried a wine from Perret, get out there and find a bottle!

  NA 1

Moving to the Condrieu releases, the 2018 Condrieu is as classic as it gets, with brilliant orange blossom, tangerine, and white flowers aromas and flavors. It shows the more rounded, supple style of the vintage, is beautifully balanced, and about as satisfying as they come.

One of the insider-only producers in Condrieu is Andre Perret, who has a tiny cellar just south of the village of Condrieu. His whites are consistently at the top of the heap in the Northern Rhône, and his reds rarely get the credit and recognition they deserve. You can’t go wrong with any of these wines, and if you have tried a wine from Perret, get out there and find a bottle!

2018 Andre Perret Condrieu Coteau Du Chery

Not yet bottled, the 2018 Condrieu Coteau Du Chery boasts a mammoth bouquet of white currants, tangerines, crushed citrus, and toasted brioche. It’s a rich, full-bodied, powerful Condrieu that somehow stays flawlessly balanced and light on its feet.

One of the insider-only producers in Condrieu is Andre Perret, who has a tiny cellar just south of the village of Condrieu. His whites are consistently at the top of the heap in the Northern Rhône, and his reds rarely get the credit and recognition they deserve. You can’t go wrong with any of these wines, and if you have tried a wine from Perret, get out there and find a bottle!

  NA 1

Not yet bottled, the 2018 Condrieu Coteau Du Chery boasts a mammoth bouquet of white currants, tangerines, crushed citrus, and toasted brioche. It’s a rich, full-bodied, powerful Condrieu that somehow stays flawlessly balanced and light on its feet.

One of the insider-only producers in Condrieu is Andre Perret, who has a tiny cellar just south of the village of Condrieu. His whites are consistently at the top of the heap in the Northern Rhône, and his reds rarely get the credit and recognition they deserve. You can’t go wrong with any of these wines, and if you have tried a wine from Perret, get out there and find a bottle!

2018 Andre Perret Condrieu Clos Chanson

The star of the show in 2018 is the 2018 Condrieu Clos Chanson , which offers more stone fruits, white flowers, and honeysuckle as well as a touch more mid-palate density, opulence, and length. It’s a magical Condrieu in the making, and I suspect it will rank with the top handful of wines in the vintage.

One of the insider-only producers in Condrieu is Andre Perret, who has a tiny cellar just south of the village of Condrieu. His whites are consistently at the top of the heap in the Northern Rhône, and his reds rarely get the credit and recognition they deserve. You can’t go wrong with any of these wines, and if you have tried a wine from Perret, get out there and find a bottle!

  NA 1

The star of the show in 2018 is the 2018 Condrieu Clos Chanson , which offers more stone fruits, white flowers, and honeysuckle as well as a touch more mid-palate density, opulence, and length. It’s a magical Condrieu in the making, and I suspect it will rank with the top handful of wines in the vintage.

One of the insider-only producers in Condrieu is Andre Perret, who has a tiny cellar just south of the village of Condrieu. His whites are consistently at the top of the heap in the Northern Rhône, and his reds rarely get the credit and recognition they deserve. You can’t go wrong with any of these wines, and if you have tried a wine from Perret, get out there and find a bottle!

2018 Andre Perret Saint Joseph

Moving to the reds, the 2018 Saint Joseph has classic Northern Rhône notes of spring flowers, smoked game, and bacon fat as well as beautiful raspberry and currant fruits. It actually reminds me of a Côte Rôtie and is medium to full-bodied, has silky tannins, and displays beautiful balance.

One of the insider-only producers in Condrieu is Andre Perret, who has a tiny cellar just south of the village of Condrieu. His whites are consistently at the top of the heap in the Northern Rhône, and his reds rarely get the credit and recognition they deserve. You can’t go wrong with any of these wines, and if you have tried a wine from Perret, get out there and find a bottle!

  NA 1

Moving to the reds, the 2018 Saint Joseph has classic Northern Rhône notes of spring flowers, smoked game, and bacon fat as well as beautiful raspberry and currant fruits. It actually reminds me of a Côte Rôtie and is medium to full-bodied, has silky tannins, and displays beautiful balance.

One of the insider-only producers in Condrieu is Andre Perret, who has a tiny cellar just south of the village of Condrieu. His whites are consistently at the top of the heap in the Northern Rhône, and his reds rarely get the credit and recognition they deserve. You can’t go wrong with any of these wines, and if you have tried a wine from Perret, get out there and find a bottle!

2018 Andre Perret Saint Joseph Les Grisieres

More classic Saint Joseph with its darker fruits, minerality, bouquet garni, and smoky nuances, the 2018 Saint Joseph Les Grisieres is a rich, concentrated 2018 with building tannins, plenty of flesh, and terrific balance. It’s going to need 5-6 years or bottle age, however.

One of the insider-only producers in Condrieu is Andre Perret, who has a tiny cellar just south of the village of Condrieu. His whites are consistently at the top of the heap in the Northern Rhône, and his reds rarely get the credit and recognition they deserve. You can’t go wrong with any of these wines, and if you have tried a wine from Perret, get out there and find a bottle!

  NA 1

More classic Saint Joseph with its darker fruits, minerality, bouquet garni, and smoky nuances, the 2018 Saint Joseph Les Grisieres is a rich, concentrated 2018 with building tannins, plenty of flesh, and terrific balance. It’s going to need 5-6 years or bottle age, however.

One of the insider-only producers in Condrieu is Andre Perret, who has a tiny cellar just south of the village of Condrieu. His whites are consistently at the top of the heap in the Northern Rhône, and his reds rarely get the credit and recognition they deserve. You can’t go wrong with any of these wines, and if you have tried a wine from Perret, get out there and find a bottle!