Localization: Gaillac, Southwest France
Tasting Notes: Straw yellow and is somewhat cloudy in the glass with ultra-fine bubbles. A supple citrus and yellow apple (almost cider-like) scents dominate the nose. This creamy and concentrated gem is savory with white fruits, with just a suggestion of citrus sweetness. A note of marzipan and vibrant acidity dovetail beautifully on the elegant finish.
Notes: Fermented spontaneously using low-intervention. Low sulphites: 25 mg/L
Fining (clarification): Unfined
Soil type: Clay, Limestone
The Domain: The Plageoles family has left its mark on the recent history of Gaillac wine. They continue to produce off the beaten track, wines with a strong personality… The work of the head, heart and hands is reflected today in a range of wines that are absolutely flawless, pure and righteous. “La Revue du Vins de France”