After a rainy and mild spring, the vine was quickly calmed by a cold and rainy month. The sunny and warm summer settled in June-July with sometimes stormy passages favoring late blight. The harvest of the Colombard began mid October, giving wines low in alcohol with perfect acidity.
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Color: golden amber, limpid and brilliant.
Nose: rich and intense, with great finesse, subtle perfumes of white flowers and candied berries.
Palate: very expressive and powerful, very fruity, with touches of vanilla cream and complex aromas of spices, candied fruits, fresh white fruits and citrus. A mellow spirit with a long finish. An Armagnac for Havanas smokers.