Braving it all
The Flying Solo range flies in the face of convention, shunning international varieties in favour of the typical Mediterranean Grenache grape which forms its backbone, blended with Syrah, Viognier or Cinsault. It celebrates the intrepid ‘Aéropostale’ pilots who risked life and limb to ensure postal deliveries in the 1920s.
An aromatic, fruit driven wine with citrus notes on the nose. A rich palate, round and fruity, offering a distinct freshness.
Ageing on lees.
Wine Spectator, Feb. 2020 : 88 pts. A fresh, easy-sipping white, with peach, pineapple and apple fruit, focused by lively energy through the mineral, spice and heather notes on the finish.(…)
Wine Spectator, Mar. 2019 : 88 pts Lively acidity supports pureed apple, peach and floral notes in this spice tinged, medium-bodied white, with mineral, chamomile and herb flavors on the finish.(…)
Limestone terraces with clay
- On the lees in stainless steel tanks.
- Sterile filtration prior to bottling.