Piquepoul Blanc and Colombard.
Located to the south of the Via Domitia, the terroir mainly consists of ancient terraces called ‘Costières’ – dating back to the Pliocene period – overlooking the Etang de Thau lagoon and the Mediterranean sea. The geological structure of these coastal hills being limestone, red marl, clay, sand and stone.
And to the north of the Via Domitia, growing mainly in chalky limestone soil dating back from the Cretaceous or the Miocene periods, three alternate and distinct areas of: garrigues, pinewoods, vineyards.
Very pale yellow colour; vibrant and transparent.
Notes of citrus fruit, ripe exotic fruit and fresh verbena.
Very inviting and voluminous mouth together with refreshing lemony and litchi notes.
The residual sugar is very subtle and light.
Food and wine-pairing suggestions
Serve as an aperitif, with lightly-cooked foie gras, fromage frais, dessert and cakes.