Quincy Sucellus 2020


(Price per bottle: sent in boxes of 6 bottles)


This vintage is elaborated with a selection of our old vines, of which half is planted on clay gravels and the other half on sandy gravels.
Vinified and aged a year in oak barrels from the Berry in our underground cellar, the barrels are then blended together and aged for a year in a tank, then again for a year in the bottle, before being put on the market.

Powerful wine, with complex aromas, rich of exotic savours mixed with walnuts.

Will pair beautifully with seasoned and spicy meals. Smoked fish, a pan of fried scallops, dishes with curry…

To enjoy between 3 and 8 years. Although our wines do keep longer!

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Wine tasting notes

Nice golden rays liven up its colour. Its nose is full of ripe fruit flavours (peach, mango) blended with well-polished notes of vanilla. Round and unctuous, the mouth expresses aromas of gingerbread paired with delicate touches of wood, highlighted by a pleasant vividness.

« The wine has a lemon-yellow color of medium intensity. The nose offers complexity, concentration and a fine spiciness. It expresses notes of ripe, fresh and candied citrus fruits (fresh yellow lemon, candied lemon peel, fresh orange zest, a sweet touch of clementine), fresh yellow apple, apricot, yellow peach and pastry, quince, combined with integrated and delicate notes of sweet spices (dried vanilla, grated nutmeg, cloves, ground cumin), notes of fresh flowers (apple blossom) and dried flowers (dried lime blossom, dried wildflowers), with a delicate bitter touch of chestnut honey and wax in the background. On the palate, the wine offers roundness, complexity and a fragrant finish. It expresses notes of candied citrus fruits (lime jam, candied lemon peel), juicy stone fruits (yellow peach, apricot), yellow apple, as well as subtle spicy touches (ground cumin, nutmeg, clove, a hint of vanilla) and a hint of dried field flowers. The finish is complex, aromatic and long. It reveals notes of chestnut honey, beeswax, dried apple, quince paste and a touch of hay, combined with a pleasant bitterness and very light toasted notes (toasted hazelnut, toasted bread) mastered and integrated. The acidity is fresh and salivating. A well-structured, complex wine, with mastered work on aging in oak. Score : 16.5/20 (93/100) » (Vert de Vin n°23, July 2023)

« Une belle maturité des raisins, un bon dosage du bois, un vin très bien fait », according to the jury of the Wine & Barrel Competition.


Wine and food pairing

At the aperitif with an 18-month ripened comté, with a salers or an époisse.
It can be enjoyed with chicken, scallops with curry, snails or smoked fish (eel, salmon).

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