Château Queyssard has aromas of fresh red fruit such as blackcurrant.
Highly oriented on the fruity character, it is a light and supple wine, characterized by a nice freshness.
Harvested at their maximum aromatic potential, the grapes are then vinified at low temperature to reveal all that potential. The pumping over is frequent at the start of fermentation, then slower in the second stage to gradually extract the tannins to obtain the perfect balance between fresh fruit and suppleness.
Garnet in color.
As an aperitif or with traditional cuisine it is a young wine to drink.