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16.5-50% Grenache blanc, 0-33.3% Roussanne, 0-33.3% Clairette, 0-20% Marsanne, 0-20% Bourboulenc, 0-20% Viognier from clay-limestone soils, pre-fermenattion skin maceration, pressing, cool decantation, cultured yeasts, concrete vat fermented 4 weeks at 14-19°C, raised 5-6 months on fine lees, lees stirred, malo blocked, filtered, "drink with warm goat cheese salad, sea bass grilled or with fennel, crab cake", 15,000 b

2018

fine yellow robe; the nose has a peach, floral aroma that charms, comes with a note of dried fruits. The palate is most agreeable, offers cosy drinking, with attractive gras, a good, tempting foundation to it. It’s on peach, is grapey, with an apricot, honeyed aftertaste, and is a delicious wine ready to go now. It’s low acidity, but that is taken care of by its refinement. It’s well suited to la table, clear flavoured dishes. 14°. 50% Gren bl, 20% Clairette, 20% Bourb, 10% Mars. To 2021 Mar 2019

2015

fine yellow robe. Attractive nose that leads on white fruits with a floral presence, a note of aniseed. The palate offers gentle white fruits with a quiet grip and low-key weight on the second half. Correct, but not arresting. New Wave in style, not close up and personal. 13.5°. 15,000 b. €6.95. 50% Gren bl, 30% Rouss, 20% Mars, 10% Vio. 2018  May 2016

2014

(vat, bottling in 2 weeks) yellow robe; peach fruit aroma shows in a supple nose, with salt-nut notes. The palate starts tightly, has noticeable acidity, stretches out along the palate with some tension. This is slightly wired, and the finish is a little bitter. The nose beats the palate. From late 2015. To 2019  Apr 2015