The grapes were immediately transported to the winery where they were gently de-stemmed. The fruit was then softly pressed and each lot carefully separated. 60% of the juice was fermented at low temperatures in stainless steel tanks to retain varietal freshness. 40% was fermented in seasoned French oak. Following fermentation, those portions in oak underwent regular lees stirring for eight months to build texture and palate weight.
A very intense bouquet with aromas of citrus, white peach and wild fennel. The palate is well balanced, clean and crisp, expressing all the flavors in a fresh complexity and lingering finish. A surprisingly expressive southern French white wine that embodies the Domaine de Nizas style of balance and elegance.