Winery: Jean Francois Coutelou
Viticulture: natural! Made as it once was!
Region: France - Languedoc (Gironde)
Grape variety: Macabeu, Grenache Gris, Muscat
Alcohol: 14,5% vol
Wine making: spontaneous fermentation with only indigenous yeasts
Aging: in old exhausted wooden barrels
Serve at: 6-8° C
Food matches: super as an aperitif, but also excellent with sushi, sashimi, fish soups not too tasty
About him: Jeff Coutelou never stops delighting us with ever more nice wines! His whites are a rarity, but always exciting. This, made with Macabeu, Grenache Gris and Muscat and aged in exhausted wooden barrels, has a lot of personality. It has a very slight oxidative note which, combined with the freshness of the fruit and the structure of Grenache and Macabeu, make it quite compelling. A superb southern white!!!