Creating fine wine in Provence
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Creating fine wine in Provence

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AOP Côtes de Provence White 2019

Tasting note
Crystal clear with pale green hints.
Savoury, fresh and expressive (citrus fruit and white flowers).
Smooth and round, with fresh fruit, citrus, grapefruit, lychee and citron notes developing into softer, buttery flavours (almonds and a light touch of oak). The fruit character becomes fleshier, while the finish is precise, harmonious and perfectly poised.
How to serve
This expressive, complex and aromatic blend would be the perfect partner for lobster, cray fish or any other white fish. A fine dining wine.
Serve at 12-14°C.
Drinking window: three years.
Technical sheet
Grape varieties
Vermentino 100%.
Terroir
Deep layers of limestone and sandstone-clay plus ancient alluvial soil with small stones ideal for fine wine making.
Harvest
Harvested at night to preserve freshness.
Vinification
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 (16°C); malolactic fermentation is prevented.
Ageing
Aged on lees prior to blending.
Medals & awards
100% Tasted Blind, tasted by Andreas Larsson, World's Best Sommelier 2007 : 89/100
Guide Hachette 2015 : * a very well-made wine (2016 vintage)