That year, the unsettling weather of the first eight months gave winegrowers little rest! The energy invested in the vineyards and the exceptional late season made it possible for winegrowers to create a wonderful vintage.
The wines are colorful, fruity, and elegant, with good structure and concentration. The tannins are delicate and velvety. A very “Bordeaux” vintage: all of these young wines are already showing signs of excellent development.
DRY WHITE WINES
The slow grape maturation process generated noteworthy acidity. These wines are nicely balanced, very fresh, with remarkable volume. They develop floral and citrus aromas.
SWEET WHITE WINES
These wines are fruity, with fine aromatic expression and a good balance between sugar and acidity. A limited sweet harvest.
ROSÉ AND CLAIRET WINES
Delicately expressive fruits, suppleness and freshness: the rosé wines are full. The clairets have wonderful freshness, red berry notes, and are crisp and generous.