LAND AND CLIMATE
Siliceous soil of schistous origin, stonier on the slopes, more sandy in the depressions.
Climate : it is influenced by the sea, Hyères harbour is only a few kilometers away.
Most of it is sloping with vines on trellis.
Average vine age: 20 years,
Grape varieties : about 60% Rolle, 40% Sémillon.
THE WINE MAKING
Grape harvest is entirely by hand with on site grape sorting, stalk stripping and inerting
of musts is immediate upon entrance of the grapes into the cellar,
Pressing is performed after a short maceration.
Temperature control is effective at all stages, with fermentation at a fixed 17°C.
Alcoholic strength 12,8% vol.
Bottled in bordeaux-type Mira 75cl, TwinTop cork 44 x 24 with
Mise en Bouteille au Château marking,
own label, capsule congé.
TASTING AND FOOD MATCHING
Pale hue with golden glints, the nose develops hawthorn, white flowers and linden tree notes.
The mouth is round and mellow, it expresses those white flowers and stretches out into an empyreumatic final.
After the first drink as apéritif, it will accompany all fishes, shell fish and crustaceans, for example bourride,
pike quenelles à la Nantua, sole filets and scallops with beurre blanc. Also with a fennel tart or a niçoise salad.
Duck and goose Foie Gras. All Desserts.
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