This wine offers a refreshing and playful profile, with aromas of red fruit and a pleasant acidity. Made exclusively from Gamay grapes grown in clay-limestone soils, it is perfect to be enjoyed as an aperitif or paired with desserts featuring red fruits. The wine can be stored for up to a year, and should be served at 10°C, with decanting just before serving.
WINEMAKER’S TASTING NOTES
"Exilé Blanc" is a special blend from the biodynamic Tangui Méliet estate in Gascony. It's made up of 50% Chenin Blanc and 50% Colombard grapes, but the exact blend varies each year. The Chenin Blanc grapes are sourced from an organic producer in Anjou and are over 40 years old. Each grape variety is vinified separately to bring out their unique characteristics. The wine has a medium lemon color with aromas of stone fruits, citrus, and a distinct lees character. On the palate, there are flavors of apple and pear with hints of citrus. The medium finish showcases the fruit and mineral notes, as well as a subtle yeasty character. This is a truly unique wine that's not to be missed.
Winery: Lise & Bertrand Jousset Class: Sparkling Grape: Gamay Region: South-West Country: France Packaging: Bottle
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