The Blanc Languedoc is obtained by direct pressing. After cold static settling, fermentation is carried out at temperatures that preserve the freshness and fruitiness of the wine. It It is then put into barrels to enhance its ageing.
9 months in French oak barrels
3 to 5 years
A limpid robe with a white gold hue. The nose is aromatic, greedy with white flesh fruits, slightly acidic, with floral notes. The mouth is fresh, with a nice roundness without being imposing. A delicate wine.
food & wine pairing
A fine, ample and generous wine that will best accompany your meals. It will go perfectly with fish with lemon butter. It will also accompany a cheese such as Roquefort.