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Dry White Anjou

Grape variety: Chenin (Sec) / ( Varietal wine)

Terroir: Clays

Average age of the vines: 15 years

Average production volume: 250 Hectoliters

Aging: on lees in stainless steel vats

Analysis: Alcohol 12% (less than 2 g of residual sugar)

Aging: To drink during the year

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Vinification

At the Domaine, it is harvested mechanically. The pressing is pneumatic in order to extract the juices with finesse without oxidation and without too much lees. Fermentation takes place at low temperature, thermo - regulation to give aromas of great finesse. The must ferments in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature between 14 and 18 ° C to preserve all the aromas. 18 to 36 hour maceration of the juice and the skin to provide greater aromatic and taste complexity.

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Tasting

Sauvignon white wine has a pale yellow color with green reflections. On the nose, we find floral aromas such as broom and honeysuckle but also notes of exotic fruits. On the palate, it is a very aromatic wine.
A more fleshy white, made from the more complex Chenin Blanc (or Pinot de la Loire) grape variety, this Anjou is our only dry white aged in barrels. It is concentrated, fat and round on the palate, but never heavy, thanks to a lemony freshness that sustains it throughout the tasting.

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Food / Wine Pairing

A balanced Anjou to serve now with white butter fish.

Of course, seafood and fish cooked with herbs suit him perfectly.

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