Appellation: Vin de pays de Coteaux de Peyriac
Grape Varieties: 100% Cinsault
Wine making: Long maceration with pump-over, punching of the cap and unballastings.
Tasting: Beautiful ruby robe with sharp bluish hints. Deep, the nose has all the smoothness of type of grape varietie and the characteristics of the soil: slightly crystallized red fruits, spices, scents of garrigues mixing in a complex bouquet. The mouth is voluptuous, is equipped with a soft tannin and melted with a long and well raised final.
Comment: Original wine which makes it possible to discover this old Languedocien type of vine.
Serving suggestions: Stewed apples
Beautiful Ruby color with bright bluish reflections.
Deep, the nose has all the finesse of the grape variety and its characteristics of the terroir: slightly candied red fruits, spices scents of scrubland mingling in a complex bouquet.
The mouth is voluptuous, with a very soft and melted tannin with a final long and well relieved.
Serve between 16 and 18 ° c.
A red-pure pleasure even more delicious after a few days (once opened) in the refrigerator and served on grills.
Pleasantly accompanies the lamb.
It can be stored up to 7 years.
2009, 2014, 2016