Muscat à petits grains, Bourboulenc, Sauvignon blanc, Viognier, Verdejo and Clairette
Wine making & fining:
- Harvest: Manual on the estate’s vineyards.
- Vinification: After destemming and soft crushing, berries are conveyed to the pneumatic press under a non-oxidative atmosphere. ‘Debourbage’ at 5 degrees and alcoholic fermentation at a controlled temperature of approximately 16-17 degrees.
- Ageing: In steel tanks.
- Bottling: At the château, 6 months after vinification and stability control, using premium 44-24mm natural corks.
- A clear pale yellow, with slight gold highlights.
- The first bouquet is fresh with good intensity, revealing subtle notes of muscat, flowers and honey. The second bouquet offers exotic fruits, mango and fresh melon notes. The nose is clear, flawless, refined with a beautiful complexity.
- Serve well chilled, between 5 and 7 degrees.
- Food Affinities: Lebanese salads and mezze dishes like fattouche, tabboulé, hommos etc.,
oysters, mussels cooked in white wine and grilled fish.
- Potential aging: This wine is best served young but can be drunk up to 3 years after the vintage date.