This is one of those wines in which simplicity and careful winemaking are the key to its elegance. A wine to enjoy at any time of day. Barrel fermentation is not easy and requires skill, and the result is excellent.
The cross drawn on the label represents the work of ancient winegrowers who marked their barrels in this way to differentiate them from each other. This is an interesting blend of the classic Chardonnay and the aromatic Moscatel enhanced by 4 hours of skin maceration. After fermentation the wine remains in tank on its lees to accrue even more flavour...
A unique white wine. A blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay which shows the perfect synergy of two very different grape varieties. This new and innovative white impresses one with an original combination of aromas and flavours. Very fresh notes of citric fruits such as grapefruit, lime, pineapple and apricot.
This is a delicious and versatile wine. It is made using a long slow fermentation in inox tanks and is then left on its lees for about five months to soak up more depth of flavour.
The Chardonnay grapes for this wine were harvested at night to retain all their freshness and achieve maximum aromatic extraction. The oak adds complexity to the wine without dominating it, leaving that perfect touch of oak and delicate hints of vanilla.
Ronda is better known for red wines yet is quite capable of producing excellent whites. This very limited release is made only from selected grapes and the latest techniques where some of the wine is barrel fermented while the rest ferments in tank using dry ice to avoid oxidation.
This wine is fairly unusual being a sweet Chardonnay. It comes from the very special vineyard plot known as San Nicolás, No. 5 of Cadreita. The late harvest is done in October, when the bunches reach a concentration of 356 grams per litre of natural grape sugar. The wine is aged in oak barrels.
The town of Chablis produces white wines in “kimmeridge” clay soils in northern Burgundy. The 6th generation of the Camu family controls a domaine of 13 hectares here and are well respected producers who offer a range of fine quality wines
Chablis wines follow the Burgundian vineyard classification system and this wine is from a single plot in the 1er cru Côte de Léchet vineyard on the slope to the west of the town of Chablis. The 6th generation of the Camu family controls a domaine of 13 hectares.