Appellation AOC Languedoc, Terroir Saint Georges d'Orques
Color and alcohol Red 14% vol
Grape varieties Syrah 80%, Mourvèdre 20%
Soil Terrace of pebbles with clayey subsurface
Comments of the cellarman
Wine with garnet reflections , fragrances of chocolate and red fruits. The mouth is delicate and the tannins are melted and powerful. The barrel ageing brings full-body and aromatic complexity .
Organic conversion in progress
Traditional wine making process includes fermentation between 24° and 26° Celsius in order to extract color and develop a deep structure in mouth. Syrah and mourvèdre are raised 12 months separately in oak barrels so as to develop the characteristics of each variety. The ageing of the wine continues 10 months in vat before the bottling.
Meat with sauce, game, Roquefort (cheese). This full-bodied will go with an elaborate cooking.
2018 vintage year selected by 2021 Revue du Vin de France with a grade of 87/100, Two stars on the 2015 edition of Hachette Guide, one star in the 2019, 2012, 2009, 2008 editions. This cuvée also obtained a Silver medal at the 2014 Grands Vins du Languedoc contest, a Silver medal at the 2014 Miami contest, and a Bronze medal at the 2016 International Wine Challenge.
Vintage year(s) presently available for sale: 2020
Cellaring potential 5 to 7 years