Another rare and distinguished vintage, this time from the 1938 harvest. Presented at its cask strength of 40.5%, the floral aromas lead you to nutty flavours with herbs and an orange zest finish.
|Aroma||Floral tones of Iris and fresh hay with hints of light balsa wood.|
|Ageing||In medium damp cellars with medium toasted barrels for approximately 30 years.|
|Distillation||A 25 hl traditional Charentais Alembic still with an onion shaped head.|
|Flavour||Light flavours of macadamia and cashew nuts. One can also detect light herb flavours of parsley with fresh bread, finishing with hints of orange zest.|
|Grape Variety||Ugni Blanc|
|Reduction and Strength||No reduction.|
|Viticulture||The land is relatively flat with slightly compacted chalk known as Santonian chalk.|