Expression Vermentino

VER B

A crisp dry drinking wine, perfect as an aperitif or accompaniment to seafood. 

Vermentino (aka Rolle) is particularly popular grape along the Mediterranean coast of France, Sardinia and North of Italy. Our multi-award winning Vermentino is harvested at night and fermented at a low temperature to preserve the maximum freshness and fruit flavours.

Tasting Notes

Drunk young, a light fresh easy drinking wine with a delicate bouquet of lime, apricots and a touch of white pepper. Develops into a medium bodied wine with super acidity that provides a crispness and real length to the palate. Great as an aperitif but is perhaps at its best with seafood and fish dishes.

Varieties :   100% Vermentino 

Mechanical harvest at night at the coolest period in order to avoid oxidation and  keep the freshness in the wine.  Cold settling at c. 8°C, fermentation in stainless steel tanks with selected yeasts at controlled temperature (16-17°C); no malolactic fermentation.

Ageing:   Remains in stainless steel tank for 3 to 4 months.

Classification:  IGP Pays d’Oc

Terroir:  Light clay-limestone

Varieties :   100% Vermentino 

Alcohol:   13.5 %

 Acidity:   4,5 g

Closure:   Diam I or equivalent

Bottle:      Available in both frosted and standard Burgundy bottles, with rear label description in English and French.

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