Appellation: Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux
Surface Area: 5 hectares
Soil: Silicous-clay with gravely subsoil
Age of Vineyard: 20 years or more
Grape Varieties: 100% Sauvignon
Yield: 45-50 hl/ha
Production: 33,000 bottles
Winemaking: Parcel Selection, grapes sorted. Maceration on skins for 12 hours. Fermentation in oak barrels. Aged with the lees in barrels for 9 months.
Tasting notes: Deep yellow robe. Powerful nose with floral and exotic fruit aromas (mango, litchi, grapefruit) as well as vanilla and toasted flavors.
Food pairing: Aperitif. Great with fish and meat dishes in sauces. All warm entrees, salmon and leek tarts. Asparagus, foie gras, fried scallops.