Label of origin : Vin de pays d’Oc, Viognier Collection
Colour : white
Year : 2010
Grape type(s) : Viognier, White Grenache, Roussane, Marsanne
Selection method : By area, as a function of subsoil, orientation, productivity, grape type and age of vines.
Harvesting : Manual harvesting
Type of process : Controlled low temperature fermentation. Juice extracted via cold crushing.
Bulk storage : Ageing in barrels with stirring for 1/3 of the volume
Temperature : 12°c
Cellar : 1 to 5 years’
To accompany : This wine may be served as an aperitif, but also with fish dishes( scallops with cream) or light meat meals ( veal with wild asparagus).
Tasting tips : Yellow in colour, iridescent and bright, light green reflections. The nose rich and of rare complexity. Light hints of fennel and pistachio, mixed with white –fleshed fruits such as pear. Powerful and smooth in taste but well balanced.
Contents : Carton of 6 x 75 cl bottles