High altitude, just below the forest at top of hill, facing east/southeast, , meaning "white soils" abundant limestone. Vines Planted in the mid- 1970's. Whole-cluster pressing, light settling before transfer to 300L barrels (15% new oak), indigenous yeast fermentation. Aged for 18 months, fined and/or filtered only if necessary.
Upper part. Pale in colour with a light lime tint, racy fresh hillside nose. Lime notes infuse the white fruit at the finish, and then just enough flesh when you think this is maybe going to be too strict. Fineboned and racy.