• Appellation: IGP Hérault, Mont-Baudille
• Grape: Terret Blanc
• Age of vines: 40 years
• Area: 0.5 acre
• Yield: 20 hl/ha
• Exposure and geographic situation:
Facing south-east, the vines are surrounded by shrubs, trees and wild plants that thrive in the wild garrigue : rosemary, bay, thyme, broom, oak, pine…
The vines grow on the plain between Mount Baudille and the Mediterranean, in the commune of Montpeyroux.
• Harvesting: by family, manually
Direct pressure, cold pressing, racking,
Alcoholic fermentation (20 days), gravity racked and filtered.
• Tasting: Very pale gold. It’s a fresh, dry, very aromatic wine, with an elegant combination of fruitiness and mineral hints and just a touch of butter.
Terret Blanc: A Languedoc grape, much grown in the 19th century.