“It is the very essence of the Muscat à petit grain. A unique and sublime wine, with remarkable personality, a great quantity and quality of aromas, and perfect development and balance.”
Varietals: Muscat à petit grain (100%).
Winemaking: The harvesting was carried out by hand and took place in phases. The grapes were immediately pressed to obtain a dense must which, after static and natural settling, was clarified enough to go into oak barrels, where it fermented. The wine then remained on its lees in the barrels with a weekly bâtonnage.
Tasting notes: Glowing straw yellow colour. Great intensity and complexity in the nose. Notes of white flowers, citrus peel, beeswax panel, dried peaches, candied white fruit and dried figs. In the mouth it is balanced, unctuous and very rich, with a bright acidity.