Light, crisp and dry white from the south of France, full of orange blossom, white peach and lemon citrus with mouth watering acidity and a refreshing finish. If you usually drink Pinot Grigio or Vinho Verde, give this a try.
Great with salt cod croquettes and other tapas style small plates.
"This used to be the kind of wine you only found on holiday, but it's now become one of our bestsellers. It's fresh lively and vivacious and an easy choice for serving with seafood or just sipping in the garden."
The Montagnac cellar was created way back in 1937 and now stretches over 2,000 hectares across the Languedoc region of the south of France, making the most of the clay-limestone soils and the influence of the Mediterranean ocean influence to produce food friendly, approachable white wines.
The Picpoul legend : an old legend tells that Picpoul grape was so browned and sweet at maturity that poultry on the shore of Thau lake enjoyed this sweet varietal when wine-harvest was coming, that’s how the name Pique Poule was born which has been modified then in Piquepoul and gave its name to the AOC Picpoul de Pinet.