Aromatic, with scents of exotic dried fruits


Sweet and seductive, full, harmonious

Growing Conditions

- Altitude: 750-800m

- Orientation: South east

- Yield per hectare: 15hl

- Training system: guyot

- Soil: Lean, skeleton-rich, shallow alluvial soils containing quartz phyllite


End of October


The Kerner grape variety is ideal for creating a superb dessert wine. The ripened grapes are left to dry for a 5 months in fretworked crates. During this period, the weight of the grapes is reduced to less than half while its sugar content increases. After pressing, the sugar content reaches about 38%. Delicate crushing after a short period of contact with the skins


After slow fermentation in stainless steel vats, the new wine is put to age in barriques for about five months, and then decanted into 0.375 litre bottles.


Intense golden yellow

Food Pairing

Dessert wine, it goes well with tasty cheeses