Languedoc, France, 2015/2016
Picpoul is one of the oldest indigenous grapes of the Languedoc region; its use was recorded as far back as the 17th century.
Today it is most famous for the wines produced around the village of Pinet, which is close to the coast, just west of Sète.
Unoaked, it shows a good level of freshness for a wine from such a warm climate, with a citrussy and stone fruit character highlighted by floral notes.
Petite Ronde Picpoul de Pinet