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Pairing a wine not only with a particular food, but also with the music from a particular opera, is the hallmark of Château Juliette.
Situated at the heart of the Rhône Valley, Château Juliette produces terroir-driven wines of unusual elegance. Yields are naturally low. Grapes are picked by hand into small crates then sorted; pigeage (punch-down) is performed by foot, and grapes are pressed in a traditional-style press. Every process is specially chosen to retain as much natural expression as possible.
Château Juliette features on some of the world’s finest dining tables - from multiple Michelin-starred restaurants to the Palazzo Versace, a 6-star hotel on Australia’s Gold Coast. Journalists have dubbed the Château ‘a composer of fine wines’; its products are recommended by famous sommeliers such as Vincent Gasnier, Master Sommelier since 1997 and the youngest person to have been awarded the title.
Suppleness, volume, colour, body, depth, sharpness, acidity, smoothness, power, clarity, generosity, sensuality, richness – all these can be applied to wine, and also to the singing voice. Pairing a wine not only with a particular food, but with the music from a particular opera is Château Juliette’s hallmark.
Today the traditions of 5 generations of winegrowers are maintained by Alexandre Marcelli-Audier, who has taken over the family estate with his wife Simone. Alexandre is a professional opera singer and founder of the Artwine Association, and has dedicated his wines to lovers of opera and classical music everywhere: La Traviata, Tosca, La Bohème and Madame Butterfly are all premium wines specially made to reflect the greatest operas.