Creating fine wine in Provence
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Creating fine wine in Provence



AOP Côtes de Provence White

Tasting note
Bright, pale yellow with green hints.
White flowers and citrus fruit.
This round, mouth-filling wine has lively acidity, bringing balance and focus to the finish with its aniseed and lemon notes.
How to serve
This fresh, fruity wine is ready to drink now and can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. Perfect for aperitif, it can also be served with starters, charcuterie or a seafood platter. A typical white Provençal wine with plenty of fruit and aniseed character, the round, Mediterranean mouth feel of this 100% Vermentino is lifted by pleasing freshness.
Serve at 12°C.
Technical sheet
Grape varieties
Vermentino (100%).
Deep layers of limestone and sandstone-clay plus ancient alluvial soil with small stones: ideal for fine wine making.
Harvested at night to preserve freshness.
1. The grape juice is protected from oxidation. A pneumatic press is used, followed by settling. 2. The free-run and press juices are separated. Cold settling (48 hours).
3. Each variety is vinified separately and carefully, according to its needs.
4. Fermented at controlled temperatures (17°C); malolactic fermentation is prevented.
Aged on lees in tank for four months.