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Château Martet Vignes de Compostelles St Foy 2018

Château Martet Vignes de Compostelles St Foy

2018

Château Martet Vignes de Compostelles is a white wine made from a mixture of white semillon, sauvign...

13.50

/ btl 0.75 L

Details for Château Martet Vignes de Compostelles St Foy 2018

Producer

Alcohol content

12.0%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2018

Review

Château Martet Vignes de Compostelles is a white wine made from a mixture of white semillon, sauvignon blanc but also gray and muscadelle. Harvest and exclusive transport of the grapes in boxes.

Pre-fermentation of the skin overnight, then gentle pressure in a pneumatic press and then rest for approximately 24 hours. Winemaking is carried out at a constant temperature of 18 ° in stainless steel tanks. The wine ages for 2 to 3 months with fine lees.

In sight, a very pale yellow shade with green highlights. On the nose, it emits intense floral aromas and on the palate a developed fruitiness, a very delicate delicacy, which ends with an impression of exotic fruits. Drink young to appreciate its charm.

Food pairing

Crustaceans / Aperitifs / Fish

Vineyard

  • Soil:Calcareous-clay
  • Climate:Oceanic climate
  • Yields:Medium yields

Production

  • Vinification material:Stainless steel
  • Ageing period:Between 2 and 3 months

Tasting notes

  • ViewGreenish glints / Pale yellow
  • Bouquet:Floral notes / Tropical fruit / Pineapple / Lychee
  • Mouth:Fruit-forward / Full-bodied / Mineral

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 8ºC and 10ºC

Château Martet

Château Martet

The thirteenth-century monastery at Château Martet was bought by the current owners of the winery in 1991. They immediately decided to focus their work on producing elegant top-quality wines in line with the noble origins of the winery. Only 25 km from Saint-Émilion, their vines thrive in lands which were already renowned for their vine-growing qualities back in Roman times. They own almost 25 hectares of vines on the plains and hillsides of Dordogne, l...