The wine is produced by a modern cooperative of 90 wine growers in the Bordeaux and Southwestern regions. Most of the vineyards are run in an ecological and biodynamic system.
It is recommended for delicate, light dry salads, fish dishes, poultry dishes and soft cheeses.
Bordeaux, which is the capital of the New Aquitaine region in the Gironde department, has been named one of the most famous wine regions in the world, and it is the cradle of world-renowned quality wine production. Wines have been produced there since the 1st century CE. The main white grape varieties that are used to make local wines, such as Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Muscadelle, have become the coupage basis for this aromatic wine, with hints of southern fruit, balanced sweetness and well-preserved acidity.