Cuvée Pech-Quisou Blanc has a light yellow color with golden sparkles. It is aromatic and has a rich fruity nose with an exotic character complemented by the fresh acidity of lemon and grapefruit. The wine is complex, powerful and filled with notes of white flowers, hawthorn and hints of honey that are expressed with greatness. The clean and frank attack on the palate has notes of almond and peach and confirms that this cuvée is quite exceptional.
The white grapes, Grenache Blanc 25%, Roussanne 25%, Marsanne 25% and Vermentino / Rolle 25%, are harvested at night, immediately pressed and vinified at low temperature (14 degrees), after which lagering “sur lie fine” with batonnage takes place.
Château Mignan is located in the Minervois in the South of France. Minervois is a wine-growing region located in Languedoc-Roussillon, between the cities of Narbonne and Carcassonne. Owner Christian Mignard makes his wines from grapes grown on clay and limestone in a vineyard of approximately 20 hectares. Christian comes from a winemaker family and is involved in making the most beautiful wines for other wine companies. Château Mignan is his own creation of which he is extremely proud. A relatively young wine company, founded in 2006. The "La Livinière" part of his company is considered to be the most typical and best terroir of the Minervois.