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Nose: grilled dried fruits, orange peel, smoky and toasted notes.

Palate: aromatic, dried fruits and toasted notes with a full and fresh finish.

Muriel’s advice: excellent semi-dry wine for the aperitif. Also to be drunk with a soup of butternut with a trumpet of death, chicken with crayfish, lamb tagine, coral lentils with turmeric, duck breast with honey, Brie de Melun.

Vines : 40 years old, parcel of the place called “Schuetzenrain” meaning “protected from the rains”.

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

In the cellar : slow and gentle pressing; fermentation without adding yeasts; very moderate sulphiting; maturing 6 months on lees in stainless steel vats; bottling at the estate. We put our wines in reserve to offer them to their best potential.


Degree of alcohol : 13 % vol.

Keeping : 2027 to 2031