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Chateau Beck


Minerality.  Finesse.   Elegance

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Bright Aromatic Flattering

Wine assemblage:  The floral. and aromatic from Muscat Ottonel with a touch of. finesse. from Riesling.

Pale lemon with floral aromas, aromatic, with peach leads. into flavors so fruity that you have the feel like crunching the grapes,  Hints of minerals and ginger spice. Spring. in your palate.

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SKU: vinblanc19

Minerality, Finesse, Elegance

The power, warmness and velvet from Red Mountain. The finesse, elegance and freshness from Yakima valley

Ripe and juicy, with lots of plum and blackberry fruit, licorice root and warm earth hints hang in the background for support. Just slightly firm through the finish, but still solidly rendered.

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Vivacious, Floral, Harmonious

Wine assemblage: The flavors of the Syrah. The fruit of the Viognier.

Pale orange, mineral tinged aromas of raspberry and tangerine are complemented by a subtle floral top note. Shows good intensity and cut on the palate, offering tangy red berry and bitter cherry flavors, with a touch of zesty orange pith. Finishes on a nervy note, delivering solid punch, good tenacity and a lingering citrus note.

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SKU: Vin Rose2

Family Tradition

I was born at harvest in the Alsace region of France, the son of a winemaker who was also born the son of a winemaker.

As my Grandfather Char once said, “I don’t want to make the most expensive wine in the world, I want to make a wine that when you sit at the table and the glass is poured you empty it and without hesitation you ask for another.”

Jean Claude Beck
November 1, 2020 | Jean Claude Beck

A french winemaker's first Thanksgiving

I was fascinated by Thanksgiving - the whole country stops for one day, everything is closed, (do not try to buy at the last minute a bottle of wine )– only the cinemas remain open.  Continue »

Jean Claude Beck
June 12, 2020 | Jean Claude Beck

Le Vin Blanc - Why grow Muscat Ottonel

With a bud break about a week later than chardonnay, Muscat avoids late spring frosts, because the plant is susceptible to cold and can be easily injured, especially during blooming  Continue »

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