IGP Vin de Pays blanc d’Hérault Mont Baudile Le Blanc Chemin 2016 75 cl
Micro production of a blend of Chenin Blanc, Riesling and Viognier on pudding stones
Hand picked, grape by grape, and harvested between 8 and 12 times to gather the finest botrytis grapes at precisely the right time. Yellow gold in colour. Blends of candied and sun ripened fruits including apricots, quince, orange and honey. Perfectly balanced on the palate with good acidity despite the 200 gr of residual sugar, leaving a long finish. An absolutely outstanding wine that rivals the very best of Sauternes.
- Natural wine.
- No chaptalization
- No acidification
- No fining
- No filtration
- No added oenological product
100% Chenin Blanc
Semi-dry Chenin Blanc (18 grs of residual sugar) from flint and clay soils. Alcoholic fermented in stainless vats with temperature control. Maturing on fine lees for 7 months then bottling in early April to preserve the freshness and natural aroma of the wine.
Ideal with blue cheeses and Asian food such as Thai cuisine. A cuvee named after the patron saint of England to who the church next to the vine plot is dedicated. What could be better than Cuvee St Georges enjoyed along with the country’s national dish – a sumptuous and spicy curry.
50% Chardonnay, 25% Pinot Noir, 25% Pinot Meunier
“A beautifully balanced Brut Champagne offering an elegantly expressive bouquet of pale floral notes and subtle hints of brioche and breadcrust. The creamy, refined palate adds to the sense of harmony, style and finesse. The dosage of 9g/l is perfectly judged in order for this excellent Réserve Champagne to provide ideal apéritif enjoyment.” Neil Sommerfelt / Master of Wine