A wine that owes it name to a village in the Aubrac, from where part of Alain Chabanon’s family originated. It is a unique blend of Chenin and Vermentino.

Trélans 2014

Igp Pays d’Oc
Dry white wine

Organic and Biodynamic  Certified

Blended from : Chenin   Vermentino

First vintage : 1995.

Alcoholic grade : 13,5 %

Average age of vines : Vermentino: 17 years, Chenin: 25 years.

Terroir and Vineyard Management: Arid, stony, clay and limestone soil. The vines are farmed biodynamically, certified by Demeter. The earth is ploughed and receives absolutely no fertilizer.
Yield : 25 hectolitres/hectare.
Harvest : Morning only hand picking into small open crates.
Vinification : Pneumatic pressing, light cold settling. No yeast added. Fermentation in stainless steel vats at medium temperature.
Maturing : 32 months, including 12 in French oak barrels. Bottled in February 2017.
Production: 3,900 bottles.
Serving suggestions: Serve at 12 to 14 °C, as an aperitif, with top quality fish in sauce, or with a good Roquefort cheese.
At its peak : probably from 2020 to 2024.