100 % Petit Manseng
Here we have the delicate marriage of sweetness and acidity. Petit Manseng is the last grape variety in the region to be harvested at the edge of autumn. This is called a late harvest. It is produced in small quantities because the yields of this variety are low.
The search for concentration is more intense and, in the mouth, its fruity dominance is terribly seductive.
It has a beautiful amber dress with mahogany highlights. It is an elegant vinegar, fine, round with a nice balance between sweetness and acidity, rich and intense notes with a beautiful sweetness.
This over-flavoured grape produces a complex and structured vinegar. On the nose, it reveals notes of ripe fruit almost candied. In the mouth, he is flattering. It is a truly superb vinegar with spellbinding aromas of apricot, dried fruit and honey. The fruitiness and aromas evolve into pretty vanilla notes.
It is soft in the mouth, subtle and soft. It has a real structure, a real tension that give it an unmatched length and aromatic persistence. This finish reflects all the character power of a large vinegar sublimated by years of ageing.
Our gourmet tips
You can use it to deglaze your pan-fried foie gras, to season sweet and savoury dishes. But it will also suit your desserts: fruit salad, apples or sautéed pears, roasted apricots. This vinegar, which has a nice balance of aromas of cooked fruit, sometimes candied fruit, will bring an original touch to your dishes.