Anecdote: at the summit of Chante-Alouette stands a house that was once a shelter for hunters hunting game birds and larks in particular (“alouette” in French). This shelter has strong magnetism as it straddles the Hartmann lines (magnetic lines).
Colour: brilliant and green gold.
Nose: complex and subtle, aromas of quince, walnut, honey, ginger, acacia with a hint of linden-tree.
Palate: frank attack, without aggressiveness, final of almond, very elegant and good length.
Sommelier's advice: foie gras crayfish, lobster, fish. poultry in sauces, white meats Goat's cheese, blue cheese spicy dishes and curry.