Winner of a gold medal at the Concours Général Agricole Paris. A limpid, pale yellow colour with bright green reflections. Lively and fresh on the palate, revealing a beautiful richness supported by citrus flavours of lemon and lime. Nice length.
The grapes where harvested during the night to preserve the freshness. Fermentation was in stainless steel. The wine was racked, then aged for several months on fine lees to give a textural quality.
Pair this with fresh oysters or a seafood platter.
"With a nose of apples and citrus this is a classy example of what to expect from a well-made Picpoul. Zippy with terrific length (finish) it will be more than a match for shellfish, seafood and fish." Stephen Barrett