Domain : Château de l’Ille
Wine name : Emilie 2014
Color : White
Appellation : Corbières AOC
Size : 187ml
Alcohol : 12.5%
Varietals : Malvoisie Bourboulenc 75% – Rolle Vermentino 25%
Production location : Vineyards are planted near Bages and Sigean salt lakes in chalky and clay type soil. The terroir is a blend of the soil and the local microclimate, soft winds from the sea with moderate sun.
Wine making process : Low temperature wine making process, surveyed with the spirit, which brings a fine appellation, and gives a fresh and aromatic wine.
Maturing : Six months in stainless steel vats before early “bottling” to preserve the aroma.
Lifetime : 2 years.
Gustative quality :
Robe : Pale yellow with green sheen.
Nose : Powerful and fresh, where lemon, pineapple and grapefruit will make you dream of your own paradise.
Mouth : Sharp and fresh with final citrus fruit and pineapple notes.
Food pairing : Fish, shellfish, pesto, eggplant, white pizza, salad, soup…
Service temperature : 10°C