PRODUCER: Franck Breton
APPELLATION D’ORIGINE CONTROLEE (AOC): Montlouis/Loire
VINES/GRAPE VARIETY: dry Montlouis 100 % chenin, 15 years old vineyards. 40 hl/ha
VINEYARDS: located on the valleys of St Martin-le-Beau, direction East/West on parakeets, white pallets and flint.
CULTIVATION METHOD: Organically cultivated, in soils at 100% workability (earthing-up, ploughing down and harrowing).
WINE MAKING PROCESS: Manually harvested via successive sorting. Extraction is effected using pneumatic pressing, fermented at 15 ° and breeding in 10 years old half-hogshead barrels. No malolactic fermentation is used on this wine. Acquired temperature of 13.10 ° with residual sugars (2g).
MATURING: 9 months before MEB barrels.
PALATE: Rich and complex nose of Apple and peach with exotic hints. Well mellowed buttery oak, this wine has a rich and ample mouth for such a young wine. Serve between 8 and 10 ° for an aperitif, with cold starters and fish dishes. Best before 2 to 4 years