A clear acidity, characteristic of the estate's wines.
Structured - Mineral
Vin de Liège
Vin de Liège has masterfully demonstrated that it is possible to combine social purpose and economic profitability. Its cooperative model has also been emulated by the Walloon neo-vinegrowers, from Herve to Tubize. Vin de Liège has chosen interspecific grape varieties, the surface area currently planted being 16.3 hectares, with a subsoil of clayey or sandy limestone depending on the plot. The cellar, which is underground, allows gravity-fed work and blends beautifully into its environment. The estate is certified organic.
Ô de Craie
Yields on the Johanniter plots are limited to 40 hl/ha. After a cold pre-fermentation maceration, the best press juices are selected and the must is fermented at low temperature. The Ô de Chie is subjected to malolactic fermentation. It is aged on lees.
Discreet nose of citrus zest, flint and white flowers.
Fresh and structured on the palate. Marked acidity at the end of the mouth.
Scallops, crayfish risotto.
|Domain||Vin de Liège|
|Cuvée||Ô de Craie|
|Dominant grape variety||Johanniter|
|Bottle size||75 cl|
|Aging potential||4-5 ans|