with a colour between lime and crystal, it delivers notes of white flowers (Genet, Boxwood) typical of Sauvignon as well as citrus aromas such as lemon and grapefruit. the attack in the mouth is both lively and supple, the balance between bitterness and acidity brings a powerful fruity taste.
The traditional cuvée is the representation of the Quincy AOC. It is produced from parcels harvested and vinified separately and then blended to obtain the best possible result.
During meals based on seafood, fish or shellfish during goat cheese, it can also be served as an aperitif.
it is to be served chilled between 12 and 14°C and to be drunk between 1 and 3 years, the aromas will give way to the roundness that will develop over time
It will go perfectly with oysters, mussels or goat droppings. our advice: As an aperitif with sticks of cucumber or celery carrots dipped in a sauce made from fresh blue cream - walnuts or fresh cream - shallot vinegar with salt and pepper