Dry White Wine
An inscription dated to the IX century BC describes a vineyard belonging to Tariri, the daughter of King Menua. Those inscriptions bear evidence to the fact that viticulture and wine making played a special role in the state economy. This wine has been made of grape varieties such as European Kangoun, Aligote, Chenin. The wine is intensive, deep and attractive, shining with golden tints. Gorgeous, very elegant on the nose with plum notes accompany delicious tones of the citrus fruits together with some subtle oak wrapped with vanilla tones. In the mouth this wine is complex whilst being full bodied and has impressively refreshing aftertaste.
Alc. 14% BY VOL., 750 ml.
Grape Varieties: Kangoun-50%, Aligote-25%, Chenin-25%