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Varietal: 100% Colombard.
Denomination: I.G.P. Côtes de Gascogne (France).
Alcohol content: 13% vol.
Serving temperature: 6°-8°C.
Crystal-clear, pale straw yellow color with greenish reflections, quite consistent.
The nose shows a fairly complex range of aromas. Notes of fresh white flowers are accompanied by hints of white-fleshed fruit such as green apple, coscer pear and an important note of fresh citrus fruits where the pink grapefruit stands out.
The sip is fresh, not perfectly balanced in its components, acidity and freshness make it easy to drink and the persistence of the aromatic taste is not particularly persistent and recalls a note of citrus.
Sample particularly recommended in combination with raw seafood.
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