First vintage: 2019
Altitude: 300 - 500 m
Soil: Porphyry weathered soil
Slope: 10 - 20 %
Pruning System: Guyot
Vinification: Fermentation in stainless steel tank
Maturation: Malolactic fermentation for approx six months in stainless steel tank
Color: Strong golden, fresh nuances.
Aroma: Elegant aromatic bouquet with notes of fresh roses, a hint of spices and fruit flavours with lychee.
Flavour: Elegant, fresh, well structured and harmonic on the palate, long finish.
Best enjoyed: Serve with crustaceans, Asian food and ripened Roquefort cheese.
Serving temperature: 10 - 12 °C
This wine pairs well with game, roasts, dark meats and hard cheeses.
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