For a zingy white, this is just unbeatable. Lemon sorbet, lightly floral - think acacia blossom and wallflowers at their most scented at the end of a hot day, with a lick of refreshing flintiness, wet stone and pineapple too, and pithy, impressively long finish. Picpoul is the perfect response to sunny weather - and our Laurence de Veyrac Picpoul is a classic of the genre, the 'Chablis of the Med'. Drink cool. So good to drink with oysters, butterflied mackerel thrown on the bbq and lots of lemon.
Since 1997, the estate has been owned and run by Béatrice and Christophe Muret and on their watch quality, rather than quantity, has been the focus. With a strong focus on organic farming and environmentally sustainable practices, the Murets have struck an admirable balance between . It’s one of the hardest things in the wine profession to find is very good inexpensive juice, particularly from Europe. But Domaine de Castelnau/Laurence de Veyrac proves that it is possible.