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  • A lively, fruity and fresh wine
  • A great summer wine, perfect as an aperitif
  • A true expression of its terroir

Tasting Notes

Colour Pink
Nose With a mineral nose featuring aromas of flint, red fruit (blackcurrant, pomegranate), rose petal and grapefruit.
Palate Lively and fresh on the palate with a fruity finish and a refreshing hint of bitterness.
Food Pairing Serve cool (8°C) as an aperitif, with vegetable cake, rabbit with olives, duck, risotto with vegetable.
Cellaring 5-10 Years
Notes A lively, fruity and fresh wine that is aged on lees in stainless steel for 8 months without malolactic fermentation in order to maintain as much freshness and vivacity as possible. With a mineral nose featuring aromas of flint, red fruit (blackcurrant, pomegranate), rose petal and grapefruit. Organic and vegan friendly. A great summer wine, perfect as an aperitif or with rabbit with olive tapenade, duck, risotto with leek and aspargus.
Variety Pinot Noir
Body Medium Bodied
Oak Type None
Vintage 2017
Region Languedoc Roussillon
Country France
Sustainability Organic / Vegan
Alcohol 13.0%
Bottle Size 750ml (Bottle)
Closure Cork
Languedoc Roussillon
Languedoc-Roussillon is oft called by the abbreviated 'Languedoc' - It's the coastal region of southern France from Provence to the Pyrenees Mountains and borders with Spain. With over 3 times the amount of vines than the entire of Bordeaux it's a vast region that produces a lot of wine. Vin de Pays d'Oc and sparkling Crémant de Limoux are two of its most famous exports.

The regions history when it comes to wine is a long a rich one, however it is also home to some of the newest AUC appellations in France, like Cabardès, which was only officially recognised in 1999. The region is a haven for enthusiasts of wine on a budget, for it is here you can find some remarkably high-quality wines without breaking the bank. Given the higher amount of sun hours experienced in the South of France, the wines coming from there are more full bodied and rich than from other more prestigious regions.

In the recent past (1970's) Languedoc region was known to produce vast amounts of cheap wine that didn't help its reputation region at all, however a steady improvement now sees it responsible for producing some great value wines that are generally blends, though not entirely so. Carignan, Syrah, Grenache, Chardonnay, Carmenere, Cinsault and Picpoul are some of the most common widely planted varietals. Grower cooperatives produce some remarkable wines alongside their more traditional winery neighbours.


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