TECHNICAL DATA SHEET

 

 

  • Grape varieties: 100% Rolle.
  • Plot exposure: South - South - South - East.
  • Soil: Soil made up of rolled pebbles, mixed with very light sand (pudding) and some clayey veins.
  • Average age of the vines: more than 30 years old, selection of plots.
  • Vinification: 5% Vinified in barrels for 8 months (new French oak). Harvested grain by grain in manual harvesting. Assembling of technique by maceration & direct pressing. Thermo-regulated fermentation after static settling (stabling for 24 to 36 hours).
  • Maturing: Batonnage on fine lees for 2 to 4 months and 5% of the volumes are transferred to oak barrels between 2 and 6 months depending on the age of the barrel.

 

 Organoleptic characteristics of the wine:

 

  • Visual aspect: Deep colour, bright yellow, sparkling...
  • Olfactory aspect: Fine nose, with notes of white flowers.
  • Taste: Elegant and subtle palate, with a very long finish. These are wines that age admirably and can give exceptional bottles with an astonishing length in the mouth.
  • Waxed and numbered bottles.
  • Service temperature: 11°C Cool but not chilled.
  • Shelf life: about 8 years to 10 years depending on the vintage.
  • Food/wine pairing suggestions: Great white food, fish, white meat with white mushroom sauces.

 


TECHNICAL DATA SHEET

 

 

  • Grape varieties: 100% Rolle.
  • Plot exposure: South - South - South - East.
  • Soil: Soil made up of rolled pebbles, mixed with very light sand (pudding) and some clayey veins.
  • Average age of the vines: about 20 years.
  • Vinification: Harvest 35Hl/ Hectare. Manual harvest in crates, sorted. Assembling of technique by maceration & direct pressing. Temperature-controlled fermentation with static settling (stabling for 24 to 36 hours). A traditional method for making this sparkling wine. He didn't receive any liquor, it's a 0-dose.
  • Maturing: Batonnage on fine lees for 2 to 4 months and 5% of the volumes are transferred to oak barrels between 2 and 6 months depending on the age of the barrel.

 

 

Organoleptic characteristics of the wine:

 

  • Visual aspect: Deep, bright yellow, sparkling colour, which does not tarnish with time.
  • Olfactory aspect: Fine nose, with notes of white flowers.
  • Taste: Ample and complex palate with a fine bubble and a gourmet expression.
  • Service temperature: 11°C Cool but not chilled.
  • Shelf life: about 3 years.
  • Food/wine pairing suggestions: This sparkling white wine will perfectly accompany your gourmet meals and its generous bubbles will delight your evenings.