Salty wine, aromatic and long, with an astonishingly long finish and a salty sensation on the finish.
Terroir of Saint Hippolyte, on a steep south facing slope with historic terraces, made of very degraded, poor and lean granite; the vines are complex and bring together the most early varietals and Riesling in a salty symphony.
Tasted in the dark:
Will be completed with starter of meal, opening the appetite. And on soft goat cheeses!
Companion planting of Riesling – Pinot Gris – Beurot – Muscat – Pinot Noir.
Granit wine, brilliant and fat dress, first floral, spicy and more mineral nose in the aeration with this subtle and effervescent sensation of hopping acidity of the Granite of Thannenkich. In mouth, impressive acid structure of tactile precision, intense salivation, slightly with acid vibrato. Salt, rangy wine, with a long and surprising mouth.
Can be served now or kept 10 years.
Terroir of Saint Hippolyte, on a steep south facing slope with historic terraces, made of very degraded, poor and lean granite.