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Vintage :

Métisse 2019


Wine type :

White


Available in :

75 cl
150 cl

Métisse is an alliance of Marsanne and Roussanne, it is an ideal light wine to open for a snack, or to taste with fish or white meat.

  • Tasting : Crunchy mouth, scent of hawthorn and acacia, beautiful balance.
    It accommodates a temperature of 10 to 15 °.
  • Grape variety : Marsanne 80% Roussanne 20%.
  • Harvest : manual and destemmed.
  • Yield : 55 hectoliters per hectare.
  • Aging : in vats with temperature control.
  • Keeping : to taste in its youth.

Soils

Granite arena

Draining soil resulting from the decomposition of granites, particularly interesting to manifest the acidity which gives the attack of a wine

Parcels

Les rotisses 2 is a plot of plateau vines planted in Marsanne and Roussanne, the soil is composed of granites and metamorphic schists. The exposure is North-Oust, the slope of 15%.
The plot was planted in 2002.

The grape is used for IGP hills in the Rhône region, in particular for La métisse.

Les Bruts is a plot of plateau vines planted with Marsanne and Roussanne, the soil is composed of granites and schists. The exposure is north-west, the slope of 15%.
The plot was planted in two stages in 1995 and 2020.

The grape is used for IGP Colines rhodaniennes, in particular for La métisse.

 

Materre is a plot of plateau vines planted with Marsanne grape variety, the soil is sandy. The exposure is due south, the slope of 30%.
The plot was planted in 1989.

The grape is used for IGP Rhone Hills.

Collombier 3 is a plot of plateau vines planted with Marsanne and Roussanne, the soil is sandy. The exposure is East, the slope of 10%.
The plot was planted in 1997.

The grape is used for IGP Rhone Hills.

Picardel is a plot of plateau vines planted with Roussanne grape variety, the soil is composed of granites and metamorphic schists; The exposure is south, the slope of 25%.
The plot was planted in 2008.

The grape is used for IGP Rhone Hills.