The wine develops a subtly exotic bouquet with aromas of mango and quince. A sweet wine that is fruity, balanced and fresh.
A cuvée named after a river, the Luy de France, which flows gently at the foot of the Cabidos vineyard.
From now on and to keep for up to 6 years.
This sweet wine is ideal as an aperitif; its fine balance between sugar and acidity makes it an essential ally on foie gras. It excels in accompanying a marbled dough or a Pyrenean sheep's tomme, served with a black cherry jam. Let yourself be tempted by the combination of the sweetness of this wine, with the fire and exuberance of curry.