La Côte Mâconnaise
Exposure on the south-east side of the high hills of La Roche de Vergisson. Its surface is one hectare, on a cadastral land called Sur La Roche. The shallow soil is made up of limestone from the Jurassic era. The 40-50 year old vines are located on a very mineral strip of land. The bunches are harvested by hand and immediately brought to pressing. After racking, the must is left to ferment directly in French oak barrels. The wine rests sur lies until the following August. Following regular battonages and topping up, once the malolactic fermentation is over, the wine passes to the draft; the assembly is then done, a light filtering and bottling. This wine, of a beautiful golden yellow color, shows important aromatic qualities. Nose marked by mineral notes, with hints of citrus. In the mouth it is soft and fleshy, very fresh. It is a powerful and long wine. The calcareous soil brings a minerality and a complex structure.
Pouilly Fuissé Climat Sur la Roche 2018
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