The white wine of Clos Saint Magdeleine is characterised by floral, dry and mint aromas, enhanced by honey touches, which gives the wine a long flavour and a good balance.
The wines are produced from a limited yield of established grape varieties. The white wine is the specialty of the estate, representing 80% of total production.
The rosé is a far smaller production, but shares the same characteristics.
Under the “Protected Designation of Origin” since 1936, the white wine of Clos Sainte Magdeleine had received a gold medal award at the Universal Exhibition of 1900 in Paris.
The method of wine cultivation - bio-dynamie - is the most natural and environmental possible respecting the cycle of the wine in the most eco-friendly way. The Estate’s efforts was awarded with the label “Nutrition Méditerranée” in 2000, the standards of which have been further improved.