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Nose : Toasted, brioche notes and an almond and hazelnut finish with a touch of strawberry and fresh grass.

Palate : ample, concentrated, fruity and fresh.

Muriel’s advice : Excellent dry wine for the aperitif, shellfish, avocado with crab, trout with thyme butter, lentil-beet salad, marengo veal, white meats, Thai pork, goat’s cheese, sheep’s cheese, strawberry-basil smoothie, raspberry muffin , lemon tart.

Vines : 65 years old, plot of land in the place called “Kastelweg” meaning “Castle Road”.

Terroir : marl and limestone. Composed of clay deposits associated with oolitic limestone pebbles of marine origin.

In the cellar : We taste the grapes to decide on the optimal harvest of each plot and achieve the best balance in sugar, acidity and taste.

Our pneumatic press allows a smooth and slow extraction. Our juices flow by gravity and then are naturally released to preserve all their aromas.

Our fermentations engage with the indigenous yeasts in stainless steel tanks, without temperature control. They take on a different rhythm depending on the character and energy of each wine. In equilibrium, air extraction and a single sulphiting are sufficient for stability. This is followed by lees breeding, kieselguhr filtration, and bottling at the estate.

We reserve our wines to offer their best potential.


Degree of alcohol : 13.0 % vol.

Keeping : 2027 to 2032