A lively white wine made in part with skin contact from South-West France.
Terroir, production method and ripening: The grapes are collected from the hills of the Dordogne, from orchards that have been managed organically for 20 years. The certification of the nurseries for organic production is underway. The wine is made by Florent Girou of Chateau Combrillac. Sauvignon Blanc is allowed to macerate with the skins for 2 days. Semillon and Chenin Blanc are pressed immediately. The grapes are used to make wine with natural yeasts and 20% of the wine is allowed to mature in 4-year-old oak barrels on the lees for 6 months without refilling the barrels.
Use: As a companion to seafood or pork terrine.
Description: The scent has ripe fruit and a little herbaceousness. The dry taste is ripe fruity and the mouthfeel is rich. A balanced whole, to which the skin contact brings a mouthfeel.