Maturation in oak barrels, with 20% of new oak barrels, balance is in barrels of 1 and 2 years old.
This is a wine, young, that can be enjoyed slightly fresh. Then it will be ideal for the grill of all the meat (especially white) and the pork. It will not be shocking or cooked together with a tasty fish. After three or four years; roasted meats, cooked meat on various sauces (blanquettes, wine or mustard) will be highly appreciated. Finally a wide choice for this wine of terroir and character.