With its clear and limpid lovely golden colour, this wine has fruity aromas of apple and apricot, white flowers and hazelnut, with a slightly buttery finish and subtle vanilla hints.
35% of the final blend is aged in oak barrels. Slow fermentation with control of tempreatures. The wine is aged for 9 months in oak barrels with lees stirring. The malolactic fermentation takes place, to gives dairy notes and complexity to the final blend.
Ruth says “Lemon pie, pear with a nutty finish.”