What a discovery!
Grapes: 70%Clairette ( 50), Roussane, Viognier.
Local: Hills Sandy Southeast presentations.
Winemaking: Manual harvest, 1 year with ageing on Lees and batonnage 30 hl/ha, vinification in barrel return.
This wine is produced from a selection of the oldest vines of white in the field.
Harvest is manual, perfect health, each variety is harvested separately to its optimal maturity. Then, the grapes are pressed with the greatest attention to the pneumatic press to be sung in the wake, after a slight settling.
The wort is then kept at 18 ° C for the alcoholic fermentation to promote the aromas and to respect the flexibility of this wine. Then begins the phase of ageing, in Burgundy room until the eve of the following harvest which is decorated with many movements.
Eye: Yet sustained, brilliant.
Nose: Expressive floral aromas, notes of fennel (typical of the varietal clairette) and toast.
Mouth: Powerful, with a burst of fruity aromas of PEAR, pineapple and toasted almond. The balance and smoothness of the wine unfold mid-palate. The finale is marked by the persistence of the fruit and a little tangy freshness.
Entries: Bouillabaisse, fatty liver fried with almonds.
Food: American lobster tails, bream to grilled, poultry or pork with sauce loin cream.
Cheese: Affine Banon, Saint Félicien, County 18 months, epoisse.
|Type of products||Wines|
|Region||Vallée du Rhône|
|Cuvee's name||Vieilles Vignes|
|Producer||Clos des Cazaux|
|Capacity||75 cl bottle|
|Main style||Complete - Harmonious|
|Grape varieties||Clairette blanche, Roussanne , Viognier|
|Main grape variety||Clairette|
|Consumption recommendation||2017 à 2022|