Vine AgeAverage of 50 Years
Soil TypeA selection from their oldest parcels on the best hillside of Pouilly-Fuissé. It is made up of clay and limestone with Jurassic sub soils.
Sizes Available750 mL
Food PairingWhite meat or seafood with richer sauces
VinificationSlow and natural fermentation. Fermentation and blending of this wine are 100% French oak cask (with 15% new oak). The barrel aging, on the lees, for about 12 months allows them to obtain a fine wine, complex with beautiful richness.
Press2017: 93 Pts, Wine Enthusiast
2016: 92 Pts, Wine Enthusiast
Tasting NotesThis particularly powerful wine comes from selected parcels in one of Fuissé’s best climates. Oak aged for 18 months, it has weight and density commensurate with its alcohol. Rich yellow fruits combine with acidity to give a balanced wine, textured and with aging potential. Drink from late 2020. —R.V.