delicate fruity aromas and a dry finish


It tastes fresh and lively with hints of pineapple, pear, citrus, vanilla and butter

Growing Conditions

The grapes come from vineyards planted at 350 - 550 m above sea level in calcareous
clay and gravelly soils. They are characterised by a strong interplay of sunny days influenced by
the Mediterranean climate and cool nights marked by the cold downslope winds


The grapes for this wine are harvested in September by hand and delivered in small bins.


The grapes are harvested by hand in small bins and gently pressed immediately following harvest. Primary fermentation occurs in steel tanks, followed by partial malolactic fermentation


in small stainless-steel tanks for at least 4 months


greenish-yellow colour

Food Pairing

Apart from being an excellent aperitif, this wine works magnificently with warm
appetizers and starters as well as with flavourful fish and seafood dishes. Meat lovers will also
appreciate this Chardonnay, it is a perfect accompaniment to strips of turkey with fresh mush-