Pale colour, and golden reflections, a fruity nose with aromas of plum plum, yellow peach, all enhanced by white pepper, and accompanied by brioche notes. The palate is sweet, and balanced, it gains volume. We find the aromas of the nose, with notes of toasted bread.
The Renaissance of the estate through an elegant dry white wine, under a total vinification in oak barrels.
It can be served with more or less complex dishes, especially with fish and shellfish, at between 10 and 12°CHow ?
Renaissance 2014, goes perfectly with fish, shellfish, pike with cream, snail puff pastry, leg of monkfish, as well as dry goat cheese.