The nose is intense, with clear notes of citrus and flowers, including elderberry.


The taste is enveloping, fresh, rich, and persistent.

Growing Conditions

Midor grapes come from vineyards of about 20 years, whose density is 3,200 vines per hectare, trained with single Guyot cane pruning, and with a production of about tons. The soil is flat, composed of a medium-textured limestone substrate tending to sandy.


The harvest starts the first decade of September


The fermentation process takes place in stainless steel tanks, at a controlled temperature


The wine ages on the lees, for 5 months


Straw yellow with greenish reflections

Food Pairing

It goes well with roasted or marinated octopus, grilled fish, and au gratin crêpes