The Volute Sauvignon blanc was the first wine created. It responded to my needs as a consumer as well as a professional. It is fruity, typed and elegant. It is very aromatic, and the touch of Semillon gives it a well rounded pallatte.
For the Red, we could have considered something other than Bordeaux wine varieties, but the Merlot is a very modern variety, fruity, long, and with soft tannins. It is the variety that established Bordeaux's reputation, and more particularly the Pomerol and Saint Emilion appellations.
For the Rosé, we hesitated, but the Cabernet Sauvignon, produced as a Rosé, develops a very expressive nose and vivid colors, giving it a young and modern aspect. We work with small vine growers that share our view that wine can be made more accessible and more modern, yet maintain a high level of quality and authenticity.
Marie-Laure, Volute Oenologist