the vines were planted fairly recently, Guyot training, 2.50m between rows, 0.90m between vinestocks. 9-10 buds per vine. Medium limestone clay with some marl, good balance of organic matter. The vineyards are mown and mulched. The antiparasitic treatments with low environmental impact are carried out only when the seasonal weather conditions require it. The vines are thinned by 7-10% after flowering.
50 q hectare.
the grapes are picked by hand at the end of August.
soft pressing with brief time on the skins (6-7 hours).
in steel vats for 3 months, then in the bottle for at least 40 days.
in the glass it is clear with an inviting light pink colour. Quite consistent. The bouquet is fairly intense and quite complex, fine. Floral and fruity. On the palate it is dry, quite soft, fresh. Fair persistence, fine.
excellent as an aperitif, it also goes well with quiches, rice salad, zucchini flowers, vegetable dishes, shellfish and fish.