The Marestel, geographical name of Roussette de Savoie, is a rich wine ideal to accompany the finest dishes: pan-fried foie gras or scallop for example. The small hillside of Marestel (which gives its name to this wine) in the town of Jongieux in Savoy - France, has a perfect exposure to make this Roussette de Savoie unique in its kind. Located on the slopes of Mount Charvaz, some of the plots cannot be mechanized. The panorama on the Rhône, which passes at the bottom of the hill, and on the department of Ain on the other side of the river is worth the detour. For the harvest, a slope of up to 45% requires the use of the hood to take out the grapes on many plots. These difficult operating conditions allow us to cultivate only 0.75 hectares on the hillside. Very different from Roussette de Savoie in aroma and taste as soon as the grapes are harvested, Marestel takes on all its aroma during its slow fermentation. This wine is one of the white wines of Savoie that you can age in the cellar for a few years. Once you have discovered this wine, you will find great pleasure in sharing it with your friends.