Grape(s): Mauzac, Sauvignon, Ondenc
Localization: Côtes du Tarn, Gaillac, Southwest France, France
Tasting notes: This dry white wine combines liveliness and aroma. Fruity notes like green apple, pear, lined with a lemony zest. Round and tangy; he remains greedy.
Food pairing: Can be drunk at any time of the day. Will accompany your aperitifs, shellfish and seafood.
The Domain: The Domaine de Barreau is located in Boissel, 4 km from Gaillac, direction Cordes-sur-Ciel, the medieval city of the 13th century. The vineyard extends over 45 hectares ideally exposed on the first slopes of the appellation. The plots are spread over different localities with clay-limestone soils, making it possible to obtain wines of great quality. Anxious to develop beautiful vintages, the Domaine takes extreme care in the management of the vines.
Winemaking combines both modern techniques and preciously preserved know-how. Domaine's wines are regularly rewarded at various competitions (Paris agricultural competition, Guide Hachette, South-West wine competition, Gaillac wine competition.) In 1991, the Estate was elected Best Primeur in France.
As a sign of recognition, the Domaine affixes the “Vigneron Indépendant” logo on their bottles. It is the emblem of their know-how and of their belonging to a family of responsible professionals who respect tradition.