Grape variety: Cinsault

Appellation: IGP Pays d'Oc

Label: Vin biologique - Certifié par Ecocert

Average yield: 60 hl/ha

The vineyards are located between Béziers and Nîmes. lt offers a wide variety of terroirs (claylimestone soils, stony terraces, rolled pebbles).

Vinification & ageing

Harvested at night to avoid any oxidation of the grapes and to keep their freshness. Upon receipt at the cellar, gent le pressing with a pneu matie press under inert gas. Cold static settling. Fermentation carried out at low temperature (15°C) to favour the extraction of aromas. Aged in thermo-regulated stainless-steel tanks. Fining: vegetable pea proteins and bentonite. Filtration: Tangential

Tasting notes

Sensory Palette: elegance, Subtile

Visual: Lychee pink colour with pearly hues

Olfactory: Notes of redcurrant and peach

Gustatory: Beautiful freshness, well-balanced, saline

Serving temperature: 8-10°C

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Originally from central Provence, this old grape variety is mainly grown in the Rhône Valley and Languedoc-Roussillon. Highly resistant to drought, it was originally used to produce red wine. Nowadays, Cinsault is most appreciated for its rosé wines. Low in acidity, this grape expresses aromas of almond, redcurrant, nectarine and apricot. Cinsault wines are pleasant, supple, light and pale in color. It is often blended with other grape varieties such as Grenache to produce perfectly balanced wines.