Késako ? - 2018 - Patrice Delthil
Nose carried by notes of white peach, candied pear, Muscat grapes, bergamot... Palate: a perfectly balanced mineral backbone, beautiful acidity, nice volume and a long finish. One of our favourites during the tasting.
- 75 cl
- Original features
- Vin de France
- Degree of alcohol
- 12.5 %
- To drink from
- 2021 to 2027
100% Macabeu from vines grown organically and planted in Latour-de-France on shales and marls, quite a fresh terroir. The vines are worked with a horse, light plowing between the rows. Manual harvest during one week, Patrice alternates one day of "picking" of the perfectly ripe bunches, with one day of pressing. Natural vinification, 10 months of aging in 500-liter stoneware jars that have seen several wines. Unfined, unfiltered, bottled at the Estate without any added sulfur.
Patrice Delthil, originally from the Tarn region in France, fell into the magic of natural wine as a grown up man! After training as an accountant, which he was hardly passionate about, he worked for surfing and skiing jobs, and then one day... he had a revelation! Patrice therefore began his training at the age of 38, with a focus on viticulture (no oenology! he learnt about vinification...All wines
from the estate