Story

Situation
The vineyard has been recognized as particularly favored due to its soil, microclimate and location in the Saumur region.
Terroir
The Cabernet franc vines grow on clay limestone soil, dating from the Turonian stage.
Vinification
Selection of the best plots producing ripe grapes with great aromatic potential. Direct pressing. Winemaking brings out the varietal aromas and gives the wine an attractive complexity. Light cold settling (300 NTU). Fermentation at 16-20°C.
Maturing
Aged on the lees for 4 months, then bottled in spring to lock in maximum freshness.
Varietals
Cabernet franc : 100%

Advice

Serving
Best serve at 10-12°C.
Tasting notes
Lovely pale pink colour. Seducing nose with red ripe fruit aromas (strawberry) as well as hints of crystallized fruit and violet. Full-bodied and vinous on the palate, with plenty of fruity flavours.
Food pairing
Matching summer food: mixed salads, grilled and delicatessen meat.
Matching food all year round: Sushi, and spicy dishes.