The Mont Gravet white is sourced from clay and limestone vineyards around the village of Panjas in the Gascony regions of South West France where Armagnac is also produced. The hillsides on which the grapes are grown are full of small stones called “gravets” and the thus the name Mont Gravet. The climate conditions are perfect for the indigenous Colombard grape with warm days and cool nights and are influenced by the Atlantic Ocean.
REGION: Gascony, France
GRAPE VARIETY: 50% Sauvignon Blanc, 50% Colombard
The grapes are harvested at night and after 24 hours of skin contact are pressed and the juice fermented for about 15 days at low temperatures to extract maximum aromas. The wine is moved to stainless steel vats for four months where it is regularly stirred on its lees to extract maximum flavors. Malolactic fermentation is blocked to preserve the bright freshness of the wine.
PH: 3.15 Acidity: 6.13 g/L
Tartric Acidity: 2.85 g/L
UPC# 0 89832 41200 7
12pk | 750ml