This IGP cuvée white wine is made 100% with Chardonnay from old vines, and truly represents the expression of « New World » winegrowers on one of the most beautiful terroirs in France. The elegant label on this bottle traces the Grier family’s story through a stylized illustration of a world map, on which the journey between South Africa and South of France is indicated.
The vines are trellised and the grapes are harvested at optimum maturity in order to express a maximum of fruit, while maintaining a beautiful freshness.
The grapes are pressed after a skin maceration of 4 to 5 hours. After cooling, the juices remain in static settling for 48 hours, then are cleared to be fermented at 14°C, a portion in stainless stell vat and a portion in oak barrels.
Once the vinification is completed, the two parts are assembled ( 30% vinified in barrels)
Bottling is carried out quickly, always with the aim of optimizing the freshness of the product.
Notes of citrus and white fruits
The palate presents a good balance between freshness, minerality and volume. Brioche notes are brought by the wood fermentation.