Red fruits, powdery nose, fresh and salty palate
Terret blanc, called monster, Terret gris, called Bourré, and Terret noir, called ...Terret. An ancient grape variety, planted extensively in the Languedoc, there are barely 70 hectares left today in the entire region.
Perfect for your summer meals! From now on and to keep for up to 2 years. Serve between 10 and 12°C.How ?
Ideal as an aperitif, on grilled meats, etc.