The vines are planted on a soil composed of Villafranchian rounded pebbles. It allows a better storage of the sun’s heat during the day to restore it at night. The pebbles also allow rainwater to infiltrate to the grounds which will feed the vines during the dry season.
Gilles Goujon IGP Pays d’OC
A wine collection created by Gilles Goujon 3 stars in the Michelin Guide – Cuvée Gourmet
For Gilles Goujon, being a Chef has always been an ability showing the way to the quest for excellence. He achieved his first star in the Michelin Guide in 1997, second star in 2001, and supreme consecration in 2010 with the attribution of the Third star and the designation of the title of Chef of the year, this, having obtained the previous year five “Toques” in the Guide of Gault and Millau.
All the vintages comes from plots scrupulously selected for the quality of the terroir and the age of the vines. Harvested by hand, all clusters are sorted to select only the best.
This wine was awarded the Gold Medal by the Gilbert & Gaillard wine guide. This guide is an essential reference for professionals and wine enthusiasts around the world.
Pays d’OC 2019
Villafranchian rounded pebbles
Bright pale yellow, with reflection of grey
Both floral and fruity with citrus notes
Up to 3 years
Vinification in stainless steel tanks. Soft extraction with a low temperature fermentation to keep the fruit and the delicacy.
Mineral mouth with a good structure and buttery notes. Well balanced with a fresh finish.
A real delight and recommended by the Chef Gilles Goujon to pair with your fish and shellfish or Barbet red mullet fillet.