- Cote de Provence
- Loire Valley
- Rhône Valley
- Vin de Pays Charentais
- Tasting and Matches
- Tasting notes
|Grape Varieties||Gewurztraminer 15%, Pinot Gris 22%, Sylvaner & Pinot Blanc 50%, Muscat 6%, Riesling 7%|
|ABV (Alcohol By Volume)||13%|
|Type of Soil||Clay and limestone|
After pressing the grapes, the must is decanted for a few hours, then fermented in temperature-controlled barrels or vats (at 18 to 24°C).
|Type||Dry, fresh and aromatic, balanced and generous structure|
|Food & Wine Pairing||
As an aperitif or to accompany oven-baked or pan-fried fish, in cream sauce, red mullet, turbot, sander, lobster, crab and oriental or spiced Indian dishes.
This wine has a wonderfully intense and lively colour with a nice crystalline metallic sheen over a young, fresh and alert pale green with hints of pale yellow. When rolled in the glass its legs are structured and oily.
It has a magnificent pure and sophisticated aroma which generously releases a sense of freshness, openness and perfumed, expressive, fruity and floral spontaneity with delicate hints of muscat, white peach, lemon balm, rose, hawthorn, jasmine, freesia, lime-tree and cherry blossom, lychee and pear.
One is immediately impressed by its rare elegance and aromatic charm.
On the palate it reveals all of its harmony and balance.
This is a fresh and refreshing dry wine, with a wonderful heady and rounded generosity that is combined with a remarkable sapidity, it has a full and delicious flavour that is filled with charm and sophistication.