This parcel takes its name from the word ‘pierre’ meaning ‘stone’. La perrière was the old French term for a quarry. ‘Les Preuses’ are situated alongside an ancient Roman road. Over time ‘la pierreuse’ became ‘la Preuse’.
Light yellow in colour with golden reflections. The nose is rich yet delicate with mineral, creamy, floral and slightly iodized notes combined with a touch of honey and dried fruits. The palate reveals a direct attack and a powerful, well-honed and distinctive mid-palate. This wine offers a remarkable reflection of its clay terroir. Aromas of citrus blend harmoniously with mineral and iodized notes from its outstanding terroir.
10°C to 12°C