Gros plant, Vins de pays red, rosé,
Sparkling (Traditional method)
Gros Plant
Gros Plant

Variety: Folle Blanche Soil: Limon. Subsoil: schist. Color: Very bright yellow-green Nose: Sharp, citrus, fruits, mineral. Mouth: Gaseous in the beginning, fruity, well constituted, stone fruits. Pairing: : Ideal with oysters and shells. Ageing: 2 years Service: 50°F (10°C)

Cabernet rosé
Cabernet rosé

Variety: Cabernet Franc Soil: Siliceous clay, schist Color: Pale pink with coppery glints Nose: reveals a nose reminiscent with notes of strawberry and grenadine syrup Mouth: The round and silky mouth develops beautiful fragrances evoking a basket of small black berries Pairing: during the aperitif breaks, to accompany a plate of charcuterie Ageing: 1 to 2 years Service: 50°F (10°C)

Cuvée 1858 (Traditional method)
Cuvée 1858 (Traditional method)

Soil: Silt on chist Color: Very pale with delicate bubles Mouth: Soft, mellowness, sparkly. Pairing: to be enjoyed at any moment. Desserts. Ageing: 3 years Service: 50°F (10°C) Service: 10°C

Gros Plant
Gros Plant

Variety: Folle Blanche Soil: Limon. Subsoil: schist. Color: Very bright yellow-green Nose: Sharp, citrus, fruits, mineral. Mouth: Gaseous in the beginning, fruity, well constituted, stone fruits. Pairing: : Ideal with oysters and shells. Ageing: 2 years Service: 50°F (10°C)

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