Soil composed of geological formations dating back to the Cretaceous period.
The clay and limestone soils are rich in flint, giving the wine a characteristic taste of gunflint.
After cold static settling, a portion of the press wine is selected. This is followed by fermentation in stainless steel vats at a low temperature.
A pale golden yellow colour with green tints.
A concentrated, subtle nose, marked by mineral and floral notes.
Delicate on the palate, with a harmonious balance of acidity and alcohol.
The mineral finish is full of the finesse and elegance characteristic of flinty soils.
Its fruity finesse makes this wine a good match for shellfish, fish, white meat in a sauce, and goat’s cheese, such as Crottin de Chavignol. It is also a good aperitif wine.
Ideal serving temperature: 8-10°C.
Serve the wine and wait for a few moments for its aromas to be released