Certified as “sustainable agriculture” by Terra Vitis
Skin contact for 10 hours. Cold settling followed by slow fermentation with temperature control. Kept for four months on fine lees in stainless steel tanks
3 to 4 years
Matching fine food
With crustaceans, shellfish, sushi, fish grilled or marinated Tahiti style. After its first winter, very good match for asparagus, artichokes and dried goat’s cheese
Appearance: Sparkling pale yellow, bright and lumineus
Nose: refined floral and mineral undertones, lively citrus aromas
Taste: density,, freshness and lush roundness all combine
Best drunk chilled, at 12-14°C
Press and guide commentary
Terre de Vins:
”A truly out-of-the-ordinary Picpoul with its golden yellow hue and a nose of honey and fresh baking.”
TOP 10 Tim Atkin’s Jury (London)
Huge in the mouth with a lush roundness, has substance and great length. The finish remains lively ”
This estate is one of the region's rising stars. Its reputation has grown with each vintage. All wine lovers interested in the Languedoc know this estate for the excellent quality of its wines.
Vast estate as it is, the 68 hectares (just over 200 acres) have taken the limelight in the Coteaux-du-Languedoc appellation. Quality is front line for whites such as the Picpoul de Pinet while for the reds you should note the special cuvée Bronzinelle.
The winemaking, in a hi-tech winery where tradition remains a true friend, results in wines with great finesse and outstandingly elegant aromas. The tasting room here is just the setting for the discovery of these superb wines.