This is a dry white wine that grows mainly on loess soils,
and is kept for 10 to 18 months in oak barrels and small tanks.

It is a delightful Savennières that marries the power of the soil,
with a pleasing structure possessing a subtle bitterness,
to the unctuousness of fully ripened grape berries

It makes a very good accompaniment for cooked fish, white meat,
or slowly refined hard cheese.

To be served at 12-13 °C.
Leave the wine in a decanter for 2 to 4 hours before serving
Can be kept for 8 - 10 years.

"Lovely fresh, long finish. A successful wine"
 Gilbert & Gaillard Wine Guide