This fine, high-lying plot in the Hautes-Côtes boasts several types of shallow, stony soils with areas of rock breaking through the surface in places. The combination of this terroir with relatively young vines helps to create a full-bodied and precise wine.
Lyre-trained vines, double Guyot pruning.
Grapes harvested by hand at perfect maturity.
Vinification: in stainless-steel.
Ageing: an average of 12 months in vat and on the lees.
TASTING & FOOD PAIRINGS
Grapefruit, Mirabelle plums and white flower aromas mingle with spicy notes (cumin) on the nose. The palate is mineral and finely-honed with a well-balanced tension.
This wine can be enjoyed as an aperitif but is also an excellent match with smoked or grilled fish, poultry in a creamy sauce or mature mountain cheeses.
Cellaring: 3-6 years
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