You can find winemaker Catherine Delaunay on the road in the Languedoc supervising and approving the final blend of grapes in this bottle of Vermentino. Once thought to be exclusively Italian, Vermentino likely shares genes with a mutation of Malvoisie from Spain, which happens to be the variety grown in these vineyards. As a varietal, the wines are generally high quality, powerful and deep, while offering great aromatics and a smooth mouthfeel. On the nose, floral aromas of hawthorn and linden with a hint of pear. Fresh and crisp on the palate with a round finish.