From 5th to 13th September.
At the start of this year, the weather was very contrasting. The rainy and mild spring gave notable stress about the health of the vineyard. The summer was hot and very dry but the ranges between day and night were towards the grapes. After a wished rainy time at the start of September, the indian summer setin. This knowing weather was great for the white wines and allow us to harvest beautiful grapes with a big qualitative potential.
The grapes are brought to the cellars in small loads. An initial prefermentation cold maceration precedes the very delictae pressing of the grapes. The addition of enzymes and the settling of the must are also done under strict cold temperature conditions. The wine spends approximately 9 months on the fine lees.
The maturing in stave-wood (split, not sawn) oak barrels lasts between 6 abd 9 months. The wine is bottled in May/June and is then rested for few months.
Fresh starters, salads.
Cooked or raw white fish.
Cooked in sauce or grilled white meat.
Fresh or dry goat's cheese.