Grape variety : macabeu, grenache blanc, muscat
Vinification : This wine undergoes a traditional fermentation for white wines under temperature controlled conditions. It is aged in tank and then in oak barrels.
Appearance : luminous pale gold with darker golden tints.
Notes : elegant, intense and complex with aromas of marmalade, beeswax and nuts.
Palate : fresh but syrupy with delicate hints of toast and roasted nuts. On the finish there are flavours of stewed orange. This is a fine and elegant wine.
Serve between 14° and 16°C.
Those wines go well with lightly cooked foie gras, with delicately spiced food, sweet and sour sauces typical of Far-Eastern cooking.
It would also go well with duck cooked in a sweet sauce such as orange, peach, figs or honey.
‘Vieux Rivesaltes Ambré’ softens the powerful flavour of blue cheeses such as Stelton or Roquefort and of dry goats cheese.
Sweet caramel based desserts and nut tarts complement those wines perfectly.
Try them as a digestif with a cigar.