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White Wine / France / South West France / Côtes de Gascogne IGP / 11 % vol / 100% Gros Manseng
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HAUT MARIN - N°7 - VENUS 2021

0,75 L White Wine / France / South West France / Côtes de Gascogne IGP / 11 % vol / 100% Gros Manseng

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With a complex and intense palette of dried fruits, this vintage is an ample wine with a beautiful aromatic persistence!
This Vénus cuvée has a beautiful golden yellow colour. With an explosive and intense nose, this 100% Gros Manseng offers a delicious and supple mouth, with notes of honey, dried apricot, lemon and candied citrus fruit. This mellow wine starts off supple with a nice freshness and a great length on the palate. A pure delight!
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HAUT MARIN - N°7 - VENUS 2021
  Vintage
2021
  Grape Variety
100% Gros Manseng
  Character
Demi-sec, sweet or syrupy white wine
  Style
Fruity
  Service Temperature
10-12°C
  Service
Direct from bottle
  Storage instructions
To drink within 2 years
  To drink until
2024
  Food and wine matching
Aperitif, Foie gras, White meat, Exotic cuisine, Cheese, Fruity dessert


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HAUT MARIN

In the heart of Bas Armagnac, the Domaine de Ménard & Haut Marin is located along the famous Via Podensis, a route taken for centuries by pilgrims going to Santiago de Compostela. In this beautiful landscape characteristic of Gascony, they farm 180 hectares, exclusively in the Côtes de Gascogne appellation. The parcels are located on a renowned marine geological site. The whole region was swallowed up by the sea 23 million years ago. There are still many fossils and shells at the foot of the Gondrin vines. On shallow and stony clay-limestone soils, the vines of Colombard, Ugni Blanc, and Sauvignon produce dry white wines. On the deep tawny sands of the estate, the Petit and Gros Manseng grapes, harvested overripe, allow the production of sweet wines of exceptional finesse.

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