Today’s wine: Ultime Muscat Blanc 2013 Jaillance2018/6/7

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¥ 3,051
Still wine, 50cl 13% vol

IGP Drôme

Hand-picked grapes
Estate bottled


Color: Beautiful and shiny golden yellow highlights.

Nose: Sweet and fruity Muscat aromas, hint of ginger highlight the subtle notes of candied oranges.

Palate: The acidity balances perfectly with the sweetness to make an harmonious palate, with notes of dried fruit, apricot and currants

Terroir and winemaking-




This wine blooms under the generous sun of the Drôme Valley, sheltered by the powerful foothills of the Vercors, between the Alps and Provence. The grapes of Ultime Muscat have been carefully selected on well-exposed plots where the sun is optimal for the best ripening of the grapes. Thanks to the noble rot, the fungus Botrytis cinerea that develops on the berries, the overripe grape develops all its aromas. The harvest is done in early November at the first cold. Vinification is then done over several months, at low temperature.

Numbered, limited edition.

Food pairing: Ultime Muscat can be enjoyed as an aperitif or with foie gras and gingerbread. It also goes perfectly with a parsley cheese or even a pear pie.




To drink between 3 to 5 years
Serving temperatures: 8°

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