80% Vermentino (or also called Rolle in southern France), 10% Grenache blanc, 10% Grenache gris, 10 year old vines grown in cordon royat. Very delicate and floral wine with notes of freshly cut pear, star anise, fennel and candied ginger. Read more..
They are often asked: why did you choose Caux and this particular vineyard?
The answer is: the terroir. The soil contains large amounts of volcanic basalt, which is rare in the Languedoc. In Caux, they have 4.7 hectares of red vines (Carignan noir, Syrah, Cinsault and Grenache noir) on the slopes at an altitude of 120 meters, facing east.
The soil consists of Villefranchian gravel, silt and basalt. The large amount of basalt - which varies in size from gravel to large stones - brings freshness and a good acid balance to the wines. The vineyard is surrounded by trees and vegetation that ensures a balanced and healthy ecosystem.
AOP Pézenas-Languedoc - France
80% Vermentino (or also called Rolle in southern France), 10% Grenache blanc, 10% Grenache gris, 10 year old vines grown in cordon royat.
A single plot in St Jean de Bébian, Pézenas, on land with large rolled pebbles.Large amount of volcanic basalt. Blueberries in the field grow around the vines.
Harvest: manual, yield 40hl/ha.
Vinification and maturation: whole bunch pressing, cold settling, followed by temperature controlled fermentation. Aging 30% of the wine in acacia vats, stirring the lees for 2 months.
Can be served with Asian food such as duck or steamed bites.
80% Vermentino (or also called Rolle in southern France), 10% Grenache blanc, 10% Grenache gris, 10 ..
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