Its robe, typical of this terroir, is tinged with pale gold and some green reflections. The nose is very floral (lime blossom and white flowers) with a hint of minerality cutting through the aromas. On the palate, it is perfectly balanced. Rather mineral in its youth, it will become round and mellow over time.
This Saint-Romain white pairs well with delicate fish, pan-fried or steamed. It will go well with omelettes and poached eggs, pan-seared or marinated vegetables. Its minerality and slight acidity makes it a heavenly pairing for soft cheese with a creamy texture such as Camembert.
Serve at 12 to 14°C
- Grape variety Chardonnay
- Soil Clay limestone
- Harvest Hand-picked
- Production 4,000 bottles
- Maturation 12 months in stainless steel vats (unoaked).