60 % Macabeu, 40 % Grenache Gris.
The Macabeu grape is traditionally used for "vins doux naturels" (lightly fortified wines). Its lively character brings acidity and freshness. Grenache Gris brings richness, spiciness and fruit.
The vineyard plots of Traou de l'Ouille are situated in the estate of Mas Janeil, above
the village of Maury at the foot of Château de Quéribus.
Light golden colour with bright lights. The nose is complex and mixes fresh fruit
such as white peach, with blossom and some grilled notes. On the palate the wine is well-rounded and slightly vanillaed with a good balance of acidity which gives it freshness. The finish is long and elegant, with notes of toast, hazelnut and vanilla.
2015 was marked by somewhat atypical weather in Côtes du Roussillon. A harsh winter, strong Tramontana winds at Easter, drought conditions in the summer, hail storms and finally an invasion of wild boars! All these factors contributed to the low volumes of the 2015 harvest: an average of 18hl/ha for all of our plots in Languedoc-Roussillon. Another feature of this vintage is a strong presence of the characteristics of the grape
Combines well with fish in sauce such as salmon in sabaillon.
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