AOC Gaillac fresh dry white wine

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A pale yellow colour, a clear and brilliant wine. A very fruity nose with citrus and floral notes. A lively attack in the mouth, the pearling brings freshness and brings out the fruity aromas.

A light and fruity wine.

Serve at 9-10°C with fish, seafood or simply as an aperitif.

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Technical information

Grape varieties
50% Loin de L'oeil - 50% Sauvignon
Age of the vines
20 years for the sauvignon and 30 years for the loin de l'oeil
Yield
50hl per hectare
Harvesting
Manual harvest.
Vinification
What is the Vin Perlé de Gaillac ?
It is a dry white wine with a few pearls on the tongue. To obtain these fine pearls, the second fermentation on the wines, called malollactic fermentation, is started (note that on whites, this is a fermentation that is not practiced, since its purpose is to remove the acidity of the wine). This second fermentation will release carbon dioxide which will give us the pearls. Simply stop the fermentation with SO2 and bottle it quickly to preserve the pearls.

Tasting

Visual
Pale yellow colour. Clear and very bright wine.
Olfactory
Very fine and pleasant nose. Aromas of citrus fruits such as lemon as well as notes of white flesh fruits.
Taste
An opening with a good freshness, the pearls are well present in the mouth, all in finesse. An aromatic finish with a good vivacity.
Ageing
drink within the year as the pearls tend to fade over the months.
Food and wine pairing
Perlé white wine goes very well with shellfish, especially oysters. It can also be served as an aperitif with a crème de cassis.
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AOC Gaillac fresh dry white wine

A pale yellow colour, a clear and brilliant wine. A very fruity nose with citrus and floral notes. A lively attack in the mouth, the pearling brings freshness and brings out the fruity aromas.

A light and fruity wine.

Serve at 9-10°C with fish, seafood or simply as an aperitif.

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