The name Picpoul refers to the grape’s high natural acidity; it was originally called ‘Piqué-poul’, meaning ‘stung lip’. This high acidity leads to a tangy, sweet wine with a cutting dryness to the texture, making it ideal for drinking chilled.
A great example of a Picpoul de Pinet demonstrating what can be achieved using the lovely Piquepoul grape. Fresh, light and refreshing with citrus and lemongrass flavours. The perfect lig...
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