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Mars, Avril 2024 by Mathilde Jarlier

Par Jean-Francis Pécresse, le 29 janvier 2024


Soil: Clay-and limestone (sauvignon), schist (piquepoul) Grape varieties: Sauvignon 60 %, Piquepoul 40 % Harvest: By hand, in small crates, with sorting Harvest dates: September 5and 6 for Sauvignon and September 12 for Piquepoul Vinification: Slow pressing - Settling - Fermentation in the tank Maturing: On the lees in stainless steel tanks Alcohol content: 12,5 % vol. Packaging: 75 cl Bordeaux bottles

Certifications: High Environmental Value (HVE) and conversion to Organic farming

Tasting notes:

The aromatic register on the nose is very airy. There are aromas of lime, white peach but also floral notes and verbena with a light background of pine forest scents. The palate is round and tangy.

Tasting suggestions:

This wine may be enjoyed with a number of dishes. Serve it as an aperitif, with crudités or avocado verrines, for example. It also goes well with shellfish (langoustines, prawns, etc.), grilled fish and a wide range of Asian dishes. Best served at a temperature around 10 to 12 °C.

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