Sitting on the medieval ruins of Pons, with a view over the woods, the rivers and the valleys. If not, you could choose to savour it on the banks of the River Soute down where the roots of our culture lie.The Making Of
Freshly picked grapes macerate in vats at a very low temperature during 12 to 36 hours before they are slowly pressed. The alcoholic fermentation starts after the must has settled, at a very low temperature (18°C) in order to respect primary aromas such as the thiols of the Sauvignon Blanc. The wine is then kept 6 months, in vats, on fine lees, so as to bring it structure and complexity. The bottling is done after filtering and under a protected atmosphere.Tasting
Slight citrusy notes, vivid and intense
Drink with pleasure for an aperitif, or to accompany crudites, seafood and mild cheese such as Comté.
Drink within two years
Serve at 9°C/11°C