Appellation: A.O.C. Bordeaux Supérieur Blanc
Production area: Sainte-Croix-du-Mont
Soil: clay-limestone hillsides containing agglomerates of fossils of marine origin (oysters, shells, pebbles)
Orientation: South – South-East
Surface in production: 2 hectares
Density: 5.500 vine / hectare
Grape: Sémillon (80%), Sauvignon (20%)
Average age of the vine: 30 to 40 years old
Harvest: manual with successive sorting of botrytised grapes (2 to 3 passages)
Assembly: Sémillon (80%), Sauvignon (20%)

Winemaking: traditional in vats, one-year aging
Duration of fermentation: 12 to 15 days
Yield: 20 hl/ha
Annual production: 75 hl

The Fleur Bel Air vintage has a slightly golden and very brilliant color. A characteristic nose mixing notes of yellow fruits, exotic, wax, toast and spices. This light and fruity wine can be appreciated in all serenity throughout the meal. All the same able, by its pronounced acidity and natural, to be preserved several years.

Wine pairing:
Serve chilled around 12°C, as an aperitif, as an accompaniment to foie gras, white meats, fish in sauce, sweetbreads, blue cheeses and chocolate desserts.

Vintage: 2016
Public price: 10,50€ by bottle (VAT incl. – cellar departure)