Tasting Notes: The nose is buttery, lemony, fine and elegant. The mouth is tonic, full of energy, tense, very dynamic. A fine bubbled crémant that can be served as an aperitif but also with oysters, seafood, raw or grilled fish.
Tasting Notes: Limpid, light ruby red colour, with the presence of small sediments due to the absence of filtration. Fairly consistent in the glass, with discreet softness. The nose is pretty intense and with a pleasing complexity. Aromas of cherry schnapps, acetone, poison ivy, earth, white pepper and some tobacco. In the mouth it is moderately dry, with a nice alcoholic note and fresh tannins.
Tasting Notes: Semi-carbonic maceration of 1 month, ageing in 10 year old barrels for one month. The nose is frank with aromas of yellow fruits, spices and a light touch of fir buds. In mouth, the attack is on the freshness followed by supple tannins (orange wine), a touch of bitterness with to finish a fruity and fresh sensation.
Tasting Notes: Direct press into fibreglass. Transferred to bottle prior to ferment completing. Left on the lees for 6 months, then disgorged. Zero SO2. Very delicate. Very light and fluffy, tiny bubbles. Quite playful in the mouth, buzzing with energy. Cotton candy sensation, but not sweet. Light, delicate, then the fruit plushes out a bit. Perfect for Spring and Summer!
Tasting Notes: Aging 9 months in oak barrels and 19 months on slats. Fermented with native yeasts and spontaneous malolactic fermentation.The wine is presented in the glass with a straw yellow color with golden reflections and persistent perlage. The nose is rich and well defined, with hints of lychee, peach, red berries and hazelnut, while maintaining an elegant and very clean style. The taste is no less and reveals an energetic liquid, full-bodied and with a remarkable acidic-savory length. A little jewel, to be grabbed considering the small production.
Tasting Notes: Fresh, light and lean. Notes of zesty citrus brighten up the minerality brought by the silty soil where this Chenin grows. Almost astringent, mega dry, and pleasantly austere acidity. A dazzling color, liveliness, fruit, a beautiful balance and bite, enough to be enjoyed right away.
Tasting Notes: Handcrafted Sauvignon Blanc. A plump and rich Sauvignon Blanc. It has a good acid/sweet balance. The wine is made from organic grapes purchased by Domaine la Taupe from a friendly winemaker in the Loire region. Esprit wines are natural wines. It is pure fermented grape juice. Fermentation occurs spontaneously, without the addition of factory yeast. The wines are chemical free and unfiltered.
Tasting Notes: After pressing, the grape skins were left to macerate with the juice for 7 days. From there, 70% of the resulting wine was aged in large oak barrels, while the other 30% was aged in fiberglass vats. Neither sulfites nor additives were used at any stage of the winemaking process. This wine gives us notes of apricots, white flowers, and even melon, and has a pleasant amount of tannin on the finish.
Tasting Notes: "Juste Ciel", a wine that calls for summer, fresh grilled fish, marinated supions, sea urchins, carpaccio de Saint Jacques.... In short, "La Petite Baigneuse" delivers here a wine to be enjoyed by the poolside with a Mediterranean meal thanks to its delicacy, its freshness and its notes of candied fruits. A very nice white wine to share with a nice meal.
Tasting Notes: Baptiste Cousin's "Ouech' Cousin" is a real treat. With a Grolleau in carbonic maceration, one can expect something a little too "light"... Here, of course, one finds that suppleness, crisp red fruit and the freshness typical of this grape variety, but the mouth remains silky, delicate and ripe, proof of a healthy harvest harvested at maturity. The Domaine Batossay still offers a wine of disconcerting ease but which does not lack depth.
Tasting Notes: After settling in the family barn belonging to his great-uncle, a farmer, Jérôme François created Uncle Charles' barn. The estate was thus born in early 2014 in Ostheim. No less than a dozen grape varieties to express, beyond the diversity of their character, the true identity of the terroir that gives them life: a rare Alsace white, with a complexity and minerality that appeals to wine lovers.
Tasting Notes: Thomas Pico makes this stunning Chablis, with a core taste of Lemon Verbena, Meyer Lemon, orange peel, slate, stone and chalk. Vent d’Ange is persistent on the palate, its aromas and flavors resolving themselves in a minerally granitic sensation.
Tasting Notes: Like "Je sais que tu danses", maceration of Mourvedre in the juice of Ugni Blanc has made for a dark, nuanced and spiced rosé with a cleansing acidity and minerality that keeps you coming back for more.
Tasting Notes: White Flowers, Lime, Grapefruit, Honey And Green Apples On The Nose. On The Palate It Has A Fresh And Crispy Acidity With The Presence Of Citrus Fruits Such As Lemon, Lime And Grapefruit, With A Hint Of Redcurrant And Honey. An Elegant Wine With A Long Aftertaste And Subtle Bitterness. It May Have A Light Carbonic Touch.
Tasting Notes: Direct pressing, ageing in old barrels for 4 months. This bottle is capped because it has residual sugar left that could have recreated a fermentation that did not take place. The nose is open on aromas of cherry flowers and fresh bread. The attack is on sugar, followed by a fresh acidity. The mid-palate brings back a sour/bitter balance to finish with a persistent acidity.