80% Colombard and 20% Gros-Manseng from 25 year old vines located in the commune of Lagraulet-du-Gers, near Condom, in the northern part of the Gers region. The vineyards are 165 meters above sea level and the vines grow on a clay/limestone soil over pure limestone. The continental climate provides cold winters and warm, dry springs and summers. The Colombard is picked 2 weeks before the Gros-Manseng. The fruit is cooled and given 12 hours of maceration on its skins. The juice is then cold stabilized and lightly cleared. It ferments at low, controlled temperature and is aged on the fine lees for 3 months. The wine is assembled the January after harvest. Energetic, intense and expressive citrus and tropical fruit flavors, and elegantly bright, mineral length.