Les Berthiers
White 2011

Grapes 100% Sauvignon Blanc

Soil :
30% Flint clay
30% Limestone clay
30% Calcareous clay
Mean Vine Stock/Hectare: 6 500
Average age of the vineyard : 25 years old
Wine Making
Pneumatic pressing.
Musts cold stalling during 5 days.
Fermentation with control of temperatures (18°C).
Reassembly of dregs.
Tasting Notes
Light yellow color, with green reflections.
Elegant nose which mixes floral notes (elder, white flowers)
and the fruity of citrus fruits (grapefruit).
The attack is frank. The harmonious mouth livened up
by, at first, a discreet pleasant liveliness, then opens
on the zests of citrus fruits (lemon, grapefruit).
Acidulated finale well structures this whole warm wine.
Food Pairing To drink now, this wine, thanks to its freshness, will accompany with delight your aperitif
but also shellfish, smoked fish, white meats and goat cheeses.
Service Serve at 12°C Ageing Potential 2 - 3 years

Grand Terroir des Echansons de France
Groupe Musée du Vin Paris
5 Square Charles Dickens - 75016 Paris

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