NOTE DU GUIDE DE LA RVF 16,5/20 (revue du vin de france)
IN CONCRETE VATS
Planted at an altitude in gneiss, Lladoner and Grenache produce a wine expressing remarkable freshness. At first, feminine and floral rose petal aromas come to the fore, joined at once by ethereal and strong sensations.
The attack is fizzy, followed by thirst-quenching tannins, a bit like “tannic bubbles”.
PERFECT FOOD PAIRING :
Roast pheasant, veal with morels or girolles
The vines extend down towards the sea and the Roussillon plain. They look towards the rising sun and highlight the character and the freshness of the granite. Micaschist and the altitude combine to produce alt.433 m’s inimatible sparkle. You can practically feel the rock
In 50-hl stainless steel vats. The Grenache Noir and Lladonner Pelut grape varieties are crushed together.
Handpicked October the 14th 2013. The bunches are sorted twice on a belt and a vibrating table before being de-stemmed.