Albarino

Albarino was first brought to the Galicia region of Spain by the French monks from Cluny along the fabled route de Santiago de Compostela many centuries ago.

Laurent’s pioneering adventure to repatriate the mythical Albarino grapes to France came to life when he discovered our vineyards high above the village of Lagrasse. Limestone soils coupled with a uniquely cool microclimate and access to water seemed the perfect place for this audacious project. Laurent’s signature of balanced whites with superb minerality and freshness has a new expression. Citrus aromas and crisp elegance characterise this future classic white wine.

Albarino

Soil Type Calcareous - Average yield : 25 hl/ha Varietals 100% Albarino Vinification Night time harvesting, press with juice selection, must clarification at low temperature, fermentation at 16-17°C, matured on lees in stainless steel tanks Fining, light tangential filtration before bottling. Tasting notes Aromas of grapefruit with a delicate floral overtone, the palate is lively and refreshing with generous white peach flavours and a hint of lime on the finish. A soft yet…