Age of the vines
Red clay with a very high proportion of limestone
Light settling goes straight into the cask indigenous yeasts temperature maintained between 20 and 21 to give opulence and structure to the wine 100% malolactic fermentation, aging in oak barrels of with regular batonnage
The Saint Veran AOC created in 1971 circles around the vines of Pouilly Fuiss? and is divided in two sectors on the slopes of the rock of Solutre. The Saint V?ran en Terre Noire Tr?nel is located in Davay?, on the lieu-dit en Terre Noire. It produces a wine with subtle aromas, true expressions of the terroir. The vineyard is cultivated following the principles of organic farming.
Vibrant, gold in colour with a hint of buttered brioche and stone fruits such as peach and apricot.
On the palate the fruit concentration is well balanced with subtle oak giving a textural feel. Light peppery notes combine with freshness to give a long and savoury finish.
How to drink and serve?
Serve between 11 to 13 C on a spicy dish like lamb tagine with lemon or chicken with ginger and lemongrass.
Can be drunk young but will benefit from 5 to 10 year?s careful cellaring.