Both convinced by the extraordinary potential of Languedoc-Roussillon wines, Laurent Calmel and Jérôme Joseph decided to set up their own wine trading company, focusing on wines from private cellars throughout the region. They meticulously select the grapes they vinify in their cellar before blending them until they combine the harvests of three different winemakers per wine.
Roussanne and Marsanne were blended from destemmed grapes in the same vat. Fermentation followed by maceration lasted around a month. As for the later Terret Gris, it fermented in whole bunches (with stem) for a month as well. Everything was blended, sedimented naturally in the cold before bottling. No addition of sulphur.
A beautiful brilliant golden yellow orange colour. The aromas are fresh and delicate with notes of arbutus, quince, bitter orange which evolves towards exotic and white-fleshed fruits such as papaya, pear and tangerine, some mineral notes on the finish. The mouth is not too tannic, it is round and lively with fruity notes of quince, candied citrus, spicy touches of paprika, saffron, coriander and pleasant bitterness.