Mémé Jeanne 2017
Vin de France
France - Languedoc
Mémé Jeanne is a dry white wine, from the Petit Manseng variety, vinified as a red, macerated with the skin of the berries. Vatting for 3 to 4 weeks in concrete vats with submerged marc cap. Fermentation exclusively with indigenous yeasts. The wine is then aged for 15 months in stainless steel vats.
100% small manseng.
A gold color with copper highlights. Complex aromas of dried fruits, conifers and sweet spices. Slightly tannic in the mouth but without heaviness, a very long finish.
Maceration white wine.
Food and wine :
Monkfish fillet and saffron risotto, crustacean sauce. Monkfish papillote with bacon and black garlic, celery mousseline with dried fruits.
Aging potential in your cellar:
75 cl - 13% volume
Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health. To consume with moderation.
"The consumption of alcoholic beverages during pregnancy, even in small quantities, can have serious consequences on the health of the child".
|Naming of wines :||Wine from France|
|Color :||White wine|
|Organic wine :||Demeter|
|Type of farming:||biodynamic agriculture, Organic Agriculture|
|Keep :||Childcare potential of 8 years and over|
|Style of wines :||Maceration wine|
|The advice of guides :||French Wine Review|