Tasting Notes: Intense and mature. Notes of butter toffee mingle with aromas of quince, dried mango, hazelnuts and white flowers. The palate is soft and creamy but not heavy, with a slight saltiness towards the end.
Tasting Notes: Cloudy with a shiny sheen, almost something grapefruit and bronze, a brilliant color. Nose purely in the glass and behold, fresh, open and almost fragrant, fine fruit, a floral touch and in addition a juicy spice, incredibly animating. Nose purely in the glass and behold, the Marto White shows fresh, open and almost fragrant, was not to be expected so, fine fruit, a floral touch and in addition a juicy spice, incredibly animating. He is just immense fun. Fine grip on the palate, plus super juicy acidity, lots of salivation and again that animating fruit, a touch of wildness, grapefruit fits quite well from the grip and acidity, runs down and the palate asks for more.
Tasting Notes: Delicate golden yellow color. The bouquet is ripe, luxurious despite the years. Sauvignon discreetly hints at its presence, Laško Riesling adds elegance, chardonnay structure. In the mouth it is dry, medium-bodied, with a flexible structure and lively acidity. The aroma of ripe Sauvignon - blackcurrant-gooseberry, hay, also opens slightly in the mouth. Wine of character.
Tasting Notes: Hand-harvested Grolleau Gris grapes are direct-pressed into a 3000 liter oak vat. After the fermentation, the wine is placed in fiberglass tanks, where it undergoes malolactic fermentation. No filtration, no stabilization, just pure fermented grape juice. A light golden color with slight green hues in the glass. In the nose, lightly bruised apples, white flowers and toasted hazelnuts. On the palate it is medium-bodied, with more apple aromas. It’s fresh, fun and slightly funky, with a long finish.
Tasting Notes: A few days of skin contact. Part whole bunches, part direct press. Once fermented, blended into a 500L barrel made of local oak for 2 years. Lemon, orange, honey and very elegant. Quite a juice.
Tasting Notes: This is a cloudy, aromatic white blend from Austrian wunderkind Matthias Warnung. Spontaneous fermentation, unfiltered, and minimal sulphur addition. It's fresh, but grounded by some of the grapes spending two weeks on skins. This white feels slightly reminiscent of sake, with a hint of saltiness and the usual white fruit and floral notes from the Grüner.
Tasting Notes: Rosé; fine and persistent froth. The nose is expressed with hints of apricot, raspberry and apple and notes of pastry and yeast. On the palate it is crisp, pleasingly sapid and well balanced.
Tasting Notes: German Pinot Blanc that leans towards orange, but is still largely white. Mineral notes in the nose, with pears, peach and flowers. On the palate it perfectly balances between sweetness, acidity and saltiness, with a touch of umami towards the end and just enough funk to keep things interesting!
Tasting Notes: Slightly turbid, but beautifully golden yellow, this wine opens up with a blast of lemons, juicy peaches, pineapple, cider, wild herbs, white flowers and ocean breeze. On the palate it is medium bodied and quite creamy, but with a citrusy acidity and salty minerality keeping it from ever becoming dull.
Tasting Notes: Lively and spicy white wine with a mineral and saffron taste. For Leon, the vines are planted in clay-heavy soils and the grapes are usually harvested at the end of September. Direct press into 3,000L foudre for alcoholic and malolactic fermentation before racking into smaller, 440L neutral oak barrels. Jean-Baptiste concludes that this is an incredibly age-worthy white wine.
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: Made from hand-picked grapes growing on biodynamically farmed vines that are partially 80+ years old. Complex and serious white wine with notes of honey, stone fruit, with a touch of petrol. On the palate well-balanced, with a zesty acidity and mineral finish.
Tasting Notes: Bain defied the Pouilly-Fume’ regulation, making a 100% Sauvignon Blanc classified as Vin de France. Though it is classically vinified in steel and aged in french barrels, this Sauvignon blanc is anything but traditional. Notes of quince, honey and vanilla, with a good acidity and a mineral finish.
Tasting Notes: A white wine with a slightly tiled colour, this Auxerrois seduces with its powerful and rich nose, which evokes small yellow fruits and hazelnut. The palate is quite round, both fat and lively, with a finish of popcorn and grape aromas.