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We wanted to allow the Grolleau Gris grape to express itself in a different and unexpected (‘inattendu’) manner and this fruity sweet wine is the result. Delicious with or without food, whatever you fancy!

Grape varieties planted and yields:

100 % Grolleau Gris – 60hL/ha


Soil type:

Silt, sandy-clay with quartzite blocks
Shallow soil


Age of the vines:

35 years


Vineyard management:

Guyot pruning
Soil maintained through a hoeing and/or shallow ploughing of the soil


Method of vinification:

The grapes are picked entirely by hand and then sorted.
The grapes are dried on a bed of straw for at least 2 weeks to obtain a greater sugar concentration while preserving the freshness of the fruit
After pressing, the alcoholic fermentation, and then 6 months ageing, are carried out in barrels. Filtered, but not fined


Tasting notes:

Pale gold hue
Complex nose with candied and predominantly peachy notes.
The wine develops exotic and candied notes on the palate. Long and fresh finish.


Number of bottles:



Serving advice:

Best served at a temperature between 8 and 10°C
Open it just to treat yourself. It can be cellar-aged.

Terrine of semi-cooked foie gras with quince compote,

Tourtons (fritters) stuffed with Bleu d’Auvergne cheese,

Blue-veined cheese such as Stilton or the orange-coloured Shropshire,

Tarte Tatin caramelised with salted butter served with vanilla ice cream.