Marc Roman Terret
Terret is a Mediterranean varietal introduced to southern France by the Greeks.
The Marc Roman Terret is vinified at low temperatures to preserve the naturally fruity characteristics of this variety. It is a dry white with hints of lemon and resin.
This grape, one of the varieties grown in the South of France and used in the blend of Chateau neuf du Pape, is a great discovery: dry, fruity, herb-scented, easy to drink. If you like Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio you will love this wine.