Type : Dry white wine
Year : 2021
Varietals : White Acadie – White Frontenac
Vinification : Alcoholic fermentation and malo-lactic fermentation in thermo-regulated stainless steel tanks
Aging : A few months in stainless steel tanks
Tasting : Pale yellow hue, white fruit bouquet. Fresh and supple roundness in the mouth.
Food and wine pairing: Sautéed squid, strawberry basil salad and goat cheese, As an aperitif with a board of prosciutto and cantaloupe
Alcohol content : 13%
Residual sugar: <1g/L
Bottle : 750 ml
Serving temperature : 10-12˚C
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HHand-picked, this White Acadie and White Frontenac blend releases aromas of white fruits. Malo-lactic fermentation is most desirable for this vintage, giving it a full body and roundness in mouth.« A book is a mysterious object and once it floats out into the world, anything can happen » -Paul Auster