Cuvée : HERRI MINA White - Domaine HERRI MINA vinified by Jean Brana
Vintage: 2017 & 2018 & 2019
Capacity : 75 cl
Alcohol content: 13.5°.
Type of wine : White wine
Appellation : AOP Irouleguy
Vineyard : Domaine HERRI MINA
Culture: HVE level 3, High Environmental Value
Light with green highlights
Complex, citrus, lychee, white flesh fruits
Aromatic, volume, good balance, tonic finish
To be consumed at 12°C
Food and wine pairing :
As an aperitif, with all fish, shellfish, white meat and cheese (ewe's milk, goat's milk)
8 to 10 years
Gros Manseng 70%, Petit Manseng 20%, Petit Courbu 10%.
Manual harvesting. Pressing when the grapes are received. Cold settling at 4-5°C for 24 to 36 hours. Fermentation for 20 days. Maturing on beds and then in vats to preserve the freshness and subtlety of the fruit. Bottling in April.
Pink and red sandstone floor.
The HERRI MINA estate, owned by Jean-Claude Berrouet, who is also an oenologist and winegrower in the Libourne region, is located in the commune of Ispourre. This mountain vineyard, which overlooks the town of St Jean Pied de Port at a height of 300 metres, sees its vines grow in the red sandstone soil. The vineyard covers 1.9 hectares and has been cultivated for 5 years using biodynamic methods. Jean Brana is in charge of the harvest and vinification and works with sustainable agriculture and High Environmental Value certification.
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