The growing region for this acidic and minerally Sauvignon Blanc is defined by maritime influences and alluvial soils, and the end result is a fresh and vibrant expression of the variety, with high-toned tropical and stone-fruit aromas and flavors. Crisp and driven, this is a perfect aperitif, but would make a bright companion for light shellfish and salads as well.
White wines are typically cloudy before they're bottled. First they must undergo fining, which precipitates out the cloudy compounds. Common fining agents are gelating, milk, egg whites and isinglass, whcih comes from fish bladders.