Franck Millet estate benefits from the “savoir-faire” of three generations of winemakers. “Our constant goal is to achieve the finest balance and greatest typicity for each and every vintage. Grapes and must are rigorously selected for optimal quality. Awards and medals won in wine competitions as very positive reviews in the press are a testament to the consistent quality of our wines.” 100% Sauvignon Blanc. soil type: Limestone-clay. Vinificaation: Static racking of the must. Slow, low temperature alcoholic fermentation in thermoregulated stainless steel vatas for 7-10 weeks. No malolactic fermentation. Stirring of the lees for 3-5 weeks. Light filtration. Characteristics: Clear, brilliant pale gold hue. Powerful nose with aromatic qualities developing in the following months. Very representative of the limestone-clay soil found in our village of Bué. Good acidity from the young vintage while a the same time displaying a surprising suppleness and roundness.Very long on the palate. Very good evolution after several months.