Malassagne Picpoul de Pinet
Caves Costières overlook the Bassin de Thau, a natural lagoon famous for oysters. The limestone plateau of Costières above the North Western shore is a rare white wine enclave amidst the red dominated wine landscape of Languedoc.
Ever since its founding in 1932, the winery has consistently invested in technology, making it one of the leading sources of white wine and rosé in Languedoc. They are best known for their Picpoul de Pinet.
This indigenous grape variety has its own dedicated appellation in France, so distinctive are the wines are produced in this region from the once rare Piquepoul.
Grape Varieties: 100% Piquepoul
Farming Practices: Vegetarian - Contains Sulfites.
Tasting Notes: A lovely vibrant white wine alive with fresh citrus and lemongrass notes. Tangy, juicy palate with a hint of mandarin; finishes crisp and dry with a hint of sea spray.
Food Match: Ideal with fresh oysters, grilled prawns and Spaghetti alla vongole.
|Country of Origin||France|
|Flavour||Vibrant & Fruity|