Pale lemon in hue. Highly expressive nose of lychee, mandarin, grapefruit and orange blossom. An explosion of tropical and citrus fruit flavours, coupled with mouth-watering acidity and great length. A very special wine indeed! Sauvignon Blanc - 40%, Colombard - 40%, Gros Manseng - 20%
Food Matching: Complex and delicious by the glass and also fantastic with fine flaked fish, shellfish and creamy sauces. Would also pair well with white meats that were poached or lightly fried.
Vineyard: The grapes were picked at night to prevent oxidation and retain freshness. The cooling influence of the Atlantic tempers the warm climate and helps to provide a long, breezy ripening period perfect for aroma and acidity development.
Vinification: A blend of the very best parcels of Sauvignon Blanc (40%), Colombard (40%) and dry Gros Manseng (20%) vineyards. Each variety is vinified separately. After pressing, the juices are refrigerated to 4 degrees for around 3 weeks with regular stirring to increase the aroma intensity. After this the juices are racked and fermented at 13 degrees. The gross lees (which are very rich in aromatic compounds) are then pressed, filtered and blended back into the final wine. The blend is assembled and the wine is aged on its fine lees for 4 months with regular stirring to maximise intensity, complexity and texture.
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Viticulture The vineyard consist of 33 year old vines planted at a density of 5500 vines per hectare, on clay limestone and gravel soils. The East to West facing vineyards produce yields of up to 49 hl/ha. Grapes are machine harvested in September. Vinification Grapes are double manually sorted in both vineyard and winery, then subsequently destemmed but not crushed, going through a brief period of maceration on its skins before being pneumatically pressed. Fermentation took place in stainless steel tanks, and the wine goes through further maceration post fermentation. The wine is then matured in French 225L oak barrels for 15 months, of which 80% was new oak.
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