delicate floral and citrusy nuances, tropical fruit, chamomile and peppermint with a fine
touch of roasted almonds and hazelnuts


very elegantly Troy shows off his Alpine character: ripe exotic notes of mango, banana
and Galia melon are tinged with subtle tones of hazelnuts against a backdrop of incredible
freshness and salty minerality. The finish is long and juicy with a lively mineral backbone.

Growing Conditions

altitude: 500 – 550 m
soil: calcareous gravel and loam
age of the vines: 25 years on average, Guyot- and Pergola-trained
slope exposure: Southeast
climate: extreme interplay between sunny days, influenced by the Mediterranean climate, and
cool nights, marked by the cold downslope winds from the surrounding mountains.


beginning of October


During the manual harvest each single grape is checked for
quality. The grapes are delivered in small bins and pressed without being destemmed first. Both
alcoholic and malolactic fermentation occurs in Bordeaux barrels.


After 11 months on the fine
lees the wine is transferred to stainless steel tanks for an additional 22 months of sur lie aging.
Finally, the must clarifies naturally by sedimentation of the suspended particles


intense golden yellow

Food Pairing

excellent with fish carpaccio, prawns, crab meat, graved salmon or gratinated
scallops Troy is also an ideal accompaniment to many first courses: from light and fresh meals like
lemon risotto to tasty pasta dishes with truffle; this Chardonnay is a beautiful match for specialties
from the Alpine cuisine like pressed dumplings with mushrooms, baked brook trout veal tartare
or goat cheese are also a great match