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Maison Badet-Clément NV Cuvée Prestige White - Languedoc Maison Badet-Clément NV Cuvée Prestige White - Languedoc

Very refreshing, well balanced and round in mouth (Grenache, Sauvignon & Ugni Blanc).

South West.

 

Food pairing:  Aperitif, salad, seafood, fish, white meat, mild cheese...

 

Serving temperature:  6-8°C 

 

A good "Cuvée" is always a subtle blend of wines from different origins, made from several grapes. 

Through this very high quality "Cuvée Prestige", our aim is to show our old family know-how in the art of blending.

 

Tasting notes: 

 

Pretty pale yellow shining color. 

Flavors of citrus, passion fruit, grape fruit and white flowers (lily). 

Very refreshing, well balanced and round in the mouth. 

Dry fresh aftertaste. 

The presence of a slight content of natural CO2 emphasizes the freshness in the mouth.

 

Grape variety:

 

Ugni Blanc, Grenache Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc.

Grenache Blanc is very widespread in the whole South of France. 

It brings richness, roundness and balance.

Sauvignon Blanc is originating from the Loire Valley. 

This world famous grape variety is particularly interesting for its freshness, its natural acidity, its strong character and its typical exotic aromas of citrus, passion fruit and wild goose berries.

Ugni Blanc is a lesser known grape mostly cultivated in the Languedoc-Roussillon as well as in the South-Western part of France. It gives roundness to the final blend with a good acidity.

 

Soil: 

 

Limestone soils for Grenache and Sauvignon blanc, and acidic soils for Ugni Blanc.

 

Vinification: 

 

The grapes were picked by hand or machines and unstemmed in order to avoid vegetal taste. 

Alcoholic fermentation was conducted at low temperatures in order to extract aromas. 

Particular attention was paid to prevent the wine from oxidation, and also to keep the natural carbonic gas of the fermentation ("on the lies" aging) in order to keep and emphasize the natural freshness of the wine.

 
S$27.95 70
Maison Badet-Clément NV Cuvée Prestige White - Languedoc Maison Badet-Clément NV Cuvée Prestige White - Languedoc

Very refreshing, well balanced and round in mouth (Grenache, Sauvignon & Ugni Blanc).

South West.

 

Food pairing:  Aperitif, salad, seafood, fish, white meat, mild cheese...

 

Serving temperature:  6-8°C 

 

A good "Cuvée" is always a subtle blend of wines from different origins, made from several grapes. 

Through this very high quality "Cuvée Prestige", our aim is to show our old family know-how in the art of blending.

 

Tasting notes: 

 

Pretty pale yellow shining color. 

Flavors of citrus, passion fruit, grape fruit and white flowers (lily). 

Very refreshing, well balanced and round in the mouth. 

Dry fresh aftertaste. 

The presence of a slight content of natural CO2 emphasizes the freshness in the mouth.

 

Grape variety:

 

Ugni Blanc, Grenache Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc.

Grenache Blanc is very widespread in the whole South of France. 

It brings richness, roundness and balance.

Sauvignon Blanc is originating from the Loire Valley. 

This world famous grape variety is particularly interesting for its freshness, its natural acidity, its strong character and its typical exotic aromas of citrus, passion fruit and wild goose berries.

Ugni Blanc is a lesser known grape mostly cultivated in the Languedoc-Roussillon as well as in the South-Western part of France. It gives roundness to the final blend with a good acidity.

 

Soil: 

 

Limestone soils for Grenache and Sauvignon blanc, and acidic soils for Ugni Blanc.

 

Vinification: 

 

The grapes were picked by hand or machines and unstemmed in order to avoid vegetal taste. 

Alcoholic fermentation was conducted at low temperatures in order to extract aromas. 

Particular attention was paid to prevent the wine from oxidation, and also to keep the natural carbonic gas of the fermentation ("on the lies" aging) in order to keep and emphasize the natural freshness of the wine.

 
S$27.95 70
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Very refreshing, well balanced and round in mouth (Grenache, Sauvignon & Ugni Blanc). South West.   Food pairing:  Aperitif, salad, seafood, fish, white meat, mild cheese...   Serving t..
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Very refreshing, well balanced and round in mouth (Grenache, Sauvignon & Ugni Blanc).

South West.

 

Food pairing:  Aperitif, salad, seafood, fish, white meat, mild cheese...

 

Serving temperature:  6-8°C 

 

A good "Cuvée" is always a subtle blend of wines from different origins, made from several grapes. 

Through this very high quality "Cuvée Prestige", our aim is to show our old family know-how in the art of blending.

 

Tasting notes: 

 

Pretty pale yellow shining color. 

Flavors of citrus, passion fruit, grape fruit and white flowers (lily). 

Very refreshing, well balanced and round in the mouth. 

Dry fresh aftertaste. 

The presence of a slight content of natural CO2 emphasizes the freshness in the mouth.

 

Grape variety:

 

Ugni Blanc, Grenache Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc.

Grenache Blanc is very widespread in the whole South of France. 

It brings richness, roundness and balance.

Sauvignon Blanc is originating from the Loire Valley. 

This world famous grape variety is particularly interesting for its freshness, its natural acidity, its strong character and its typical exotic aromas of citrus, passion fruit and wild goose berries.

Ugni Blanc is a lesser known grape mostly cultivated in the Languedoc-Roussillon as well as in the South-Western part of France. It gives roundness to the final blend with a good acidity.

 

Soil: 

 

Limestone soils for Grenache and Sauvignon blanc, and acidic soils for Ugni Blanc.

 

Vinification: 

 

The grapes were picked by hand or machines and unstemmed in order to avoid vegetal taste. 

Alcoholic fermentation was conducted at low temperatures in order to extract aromas. 

Particular attention was paid to prevent the wine from oxidation, and also to keep the natural carbonic gas of the fermentation ("on the lies" aging) in order to keep and emphasize the natural freshness of the wine.

 

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