The name of this wine pays tribute to the stormy family debates over the creation of this cuvée. Produced with grapes from different plots in the village of Oppède, fermented and aged in barrels during 8 to 10 months, it is particularly characterised by complex aromas and the delicate balance of its structure: nervous and full-bodied. A pronounced minerality underlines flavours of fresh white fruits.
Accord mets et vins
Meat or fish in sauce
Limestone gravels and sandy soils
60% Chardonnay, 40% Viognier
30 hectoliters per hectare
Direct pressing, fermentation and aging in barrels of 228 and 300 litres