Nose: The nose is fresh with classic botrytis marmalade and ripe nectarine and melon
Palate: Richer, honey and toffee finishing with a twist of bitter orange zest
Food Pairing: Served best as an aperitif but it is also good with paté or blue cheeses such as Roquefort.
About the wine: The vineyard of Domaine de Grange Neuve is close to the town of Pomport near Bergerac in the heart of Périgord. The vineyards are on the slopes of the valley of the Dordogne at an altitude of between 50 and 180 metres. Belonging to the Pichon and Castaing family – the winery has grown from a small farm with just 4 hectares of vines in 1898 to a vineyard of 70 hectares today.
Country: Monbaziliac, France
Grape Variety: Bordeaux Blend White