Prélude is impertinent, it will invite itself to your table and meddle with your best moments, during an aperitif or a dinner with friends…The Making Of
The grapes are picked and pressed. During this operation, the pulp will macerate with the skin; it will give the wine a slightly rosy colour. The must is spared from the lees, the alcoholic fermentation will be set at a low temperature (18°C) to obtain the best fermentation aromas. called amylic. The wine is then rapidly racked and filtered. The bottling is done after filtering and under a protected atmosphereTasting
Fruity with a touch of zing.
Will be enjoyed as an aperitif or to accompany crudites, seviche, a BBQ and a fruit salad
Drink within two years
Serve at 9°C/11°C