Wine Region : Savoie
Grape : Altesse
Tasting notes :Dress: Golden Nose: Incredibly
expressive and rich: stone fruit (peach), quince jelly, exotic fruits, mango in
the head, berlingots with citrus, limoncello, almond, fir honey, cast iron,
starfish Palate: The complexity is confirmed, in a very balanced register
between a concentrated matter, a true vegetal freshness and a very long finish,
on the empyreumatic mineral.
Gilles Berlioz, a former landscaper, set out on a wine adventure in 1990
with his wife Christine.
Curious and humble, these two passionate do not relax their efforts to
produce great wines.
And their efforts are rewarded because today the estate is part of the
must-see wines of Savoie.
Their life force, they draw on their education at work and the wealth of
their human encounters based on sharing, curiosity, trust and exchange.
Very limited in volume, cuvées are rare and savvy wine lovers snatch these
bottles of exception.This Savoyard domain of 5 hectares, called "shared
domain", was converted into organic farming in 2005 and then into
The varietals present on the different parcels are Persian (15%) and
Mondeux Noire (85%) for reds and Roussanne (80%) and Jacquère (11%) for whites.
The estate of Gilles Berlioz is harvested by hand and the plowed land on
horseback. Indeed, he and his wife are working the soil in search of the best
The vines are treated with respect to minerals, algae and plant decoctions
according to the lunar cycle.