The 70% roussanne, 20% grenache blanc and 10% marsanne blend has spent six months in new barrels and in stainless steel vats.
It has an abv of 14% and is priced at £30.
According to Chateau Haut Gleon Blanc, tasting notes are as follows: Nose of ripe fruit, quince jelly and dried fruit, accented with hints of flowers (honeysuckle, acacia) and spices (vanilla, cinnamon). Soft, rich mouth with more rich, spicy flavours (caramel, orange blossom). Good length of flavour, and an intensely aromatic finish.