Originally, the appellation only included the town of Crozes- Hermitage, because of its reputation acquired through some parcels retained AOC Hermitage.
This area has long been occupied mainly by orchards or wasteland .
Only after the extension of the term in 1952 that the vineyard developed.
The soil and subsoil are composed of old alluvium with many gravel and pebbles.
The grapes are pressed whole . The must is decanted for 24 hours in the cold. Vinification temperatures are controlled at around 18 ° C.
The fermentation and aging of this wine are in vats. The malolactic fermentation is blocked to give freshness to the wine.
DRESS : pale yellow with green reflections , clear, shiny.
NOSE: green apple , very floral , exotic fruits, citrus.
Palate: supple attack with lots of freshness , very aromatic ( floral, candied fruits).