The Raimbault family has been growing grapes in the Verdigny district of France for ten generations.
Experience, technical know-how and nature combine to produce wines of great quality, respecting the typical characteristics of each vintage.
The estate is located in the heart of the Sancerre vineyard.
The grapes are macerated and fermented in temperature-controlled, stainless steel vats. The wine macerates for 3 weeks in order to extract its aromas, tannins and color from the grapes. When the alcoholic fermentation has finished, the juice is drawn off and the rest is pressed. The wine is then left in vat to go through a malolactic fermentation. The wine is racked several times and lightly filtered before being put into bottle, so as to keep its natural structure (there could, therefore, be a little natural deposit in the bottle).
Alcohol Grade: 13.5%
Aging Capacity: 5-8 years
Size: 750 ml