The Luberon Regional Natural Park acts as the setting for the Luberon vineyards. These currently are spread over 36 villages, all situated in the south east of the Vaucluse department. Classified as Mediterranean but under the influence of a more continental climate from the Alpes and Rhone Valley. The Luberon is one of the most sun-drenched regions in France with approximately 2,600 hours of sun per year.
A blend of Grenache blanc, Vermentino, Viognier and Roussanne
As the selected vines are planted in Miocene sands and limestone scree of altitude 200 for 450 metres, they are subject to a wide range of temperatures over the day which gives the wine its freshness.
Harvesting is carried out at night, by machine, to limit oxidation and preserve the aromatic qualities.
Total destemming followed by a gentle pressing. Cold static settling. Low temperature alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel vats. The wine is protected from oxygen to preserve its aromatic potential.
5 months ageing on the fine lees in stainless steel vats.
Colour: pale yellow hue with bright reflections.
Nose: expressive aromas of white flowers (jasmine), peach and exotic fruit
Palate: rich and balanced with plenty volume and a zingy, saline finish
Recommended food pairing: paired with shrimps or a fresh goat’s cheese salad
Serving temperature: 10-12°C
Ageing potential: 2-3 years