An attractive yellow-gold colour.
Exudes aromas of tropical fruits, especially dried pineapple.
A sweet wine but with excellent vivacity; very well balanced.
Can be drunk young or aged up to 8 years.
Food and wine matching
In France it is enjoyed as an aperitif or with foie gras. It can also be served with slivers of parmesan or other aged hard cheeses and with blue cheese, such as Roquefort, there is an exciting juxtaposition of sweetness, acidity and saltiness.
It goes perfectly with desserts based on apple, apricot or tropical fruit.