A Colombard and Ugni Blanc blend
Christophe et Sébastien are two true Gascon brothers who can trace their ancestry in their village of Ayzieu back to the 15th Century. The name ‘La Fitte’ originates from the word ‘stone’ in the ancient Gascon language. Amazingly, and until now, there has been only one son born to succeed each generation. The family historically made only vintage Armagnac and it was the brothers’ parents who made the decision to diversify into wine and, in a single generation, they have grown their property from 18 to 120 hectares of vines.
"Bright with lovely apricot aromas and then some peach skin and citrus on the palate. A really lovely fresh and clean style of white Bordeaux" Peter's Points: 88 Michel Dietrich...
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