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Classic Red

Classic Red 2021

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AOP Saint-Chinian
 

Organic farming (AB) and 
High Environmental Value (HVE) certified.

Soils: Clay and limestone (Mourvèdre, Syrah, Carignan, Grenache), Sandstone (Syrah, Carignan, Mourvèdre) and Schist (Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre)
Grape varieties: Grenache: 35 %, Carignan: 26 %, Mourvèdre: 20 %, Syrah: 19 %
Harvest: By hand, in small crates with sorting
Harvest date: September 13 to 28 th

Vinification: Traditional, with 4 to 6-week vatting times.
Maturing: Concrete tanks and barrels (for Syrah and Mourvèdre) on the lees.
Treatment of the wine: Not fined or filtered
Alcoholic content: 13.5 % vol.
 


Tasting notes:

The bouquet of this wine mixes aromas of red fruits, especially cherry with a hint of liquorice on a background of scents of garrigue (thyme, rosemary, cistus ...). This aromatic palette is based on a very round structure in the mouth with supple tannins but which highlight a beautiful freshness.

Serving suggestions:

Given its very supple structure and finesse, this wine will express itself on many dishes. Its typical character gives it of course a predilection for weddings to a Mediterranean cuisine, but its potential is much wider. For a perfect expression of this wine a serving temperature of around 16 to 18 ° C will be ideal.

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Grand Vin Red

AOP Saint-Chinian

Organic farming (AB) and 
High Environmental Value (HVE) certified.


Soils: Clay-and limestone (Mourvèdre, Syrah, Carignan, Grenache), Sandstone (Syrah, Mourvèdre, Carignan) and Schist (Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre)
Grape varieties: Mourvèdre: 32 %, Syrah: 46 %, Grenache: 13 %, Carignan: 9 %
Harvest: By hand, in small crates, with sorting.
Harvest dates: September 13 to 28 th
Vinification: Traditional with 5 to 6 weeks’ vatting time. Malolactic fermentation in barrels
Maturing: Barrels (for Syrah and Mourvèdre), matured on the lees
Treatments: Not fined or filtered
Alcohol content: 13.5 % vol.

Tasting notes:

The nose is rich and complex. It harmoniously blends aromas of black fruit, wild blueberry, violet with a slight background of liquorice and smoky notes. 
In the mouth this bouquet is supported by a dense and supple frame that ends with freshness and a beautiful length in the mouth.

Tasting suggestions:

Given its richness this wine will be able to accompany many dishes even the most powerful in taste. 
For optimal expression it will deserve to be consumed at a temperature of around 18 ° C.

canopé red 2021

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LM 2018

AOC Saint-Chinian

High Environmental Value Certified 

and conversion to Organic farming


Soils: Clay-and limestone (Mourvèdre, Syrah, Carignan, Grenache), Sandstone (Syrah, Mourvèdre, Carignan) and Schist (Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre)
Grape varieties: Syrah: 33 %, Grenache: 29 %, Mourvèdre: 22 %, Carignan: 15 %
Harvest: By hand, in small crates, with selection of the finest bunches of all the plots.

Harvest dates: September 17 to October 1
Vinification: In 500 l “demi-muids” with 5 to 6 weeks’ vatting time. Malolactic fermentation in barrel
Maturing: 3 years-old barrels, matured on the lees
Treatments: Not fined or filtered
Alcohol content: 14.5 % vol.
Packaging: 75 cl Bordeaux bottles


Tasting notes:

The initial nose reveals dark fruit, particularly blackberry, aromas combined with hints of “garrigue” herbs, particularly thyme. It then opens out onto liquorice stick aromas. Wild strawberry and blueberry flavours are found on the palate, along with hints of roasted coffee, pepper and spices.

The attack is velvety but very fresh. The silky tannins support the bouquet as it lingers delightfully in the mouth.

Tasting suggestions:

This rich, complex wine may be enjoyed with a wide range of dishes. However, to fully appreciate its elegance, it’s best to avoid strongly-flavoured and spicy foods.

Best served at around 18 °C. Best served at between 17 and 18°C to allow the wine to fully express its complex aromas and velvety texture.

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Classic White
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Classic WHITE 2022

Vin de Pays d’Oc

 

Soil: Clay-and limestone (sauvignon), schist (piquepoul)
Grape varieties: Sauvignon 74 %, Piquepoul 26 %
Harvest: By hand, in small crates, with sorting
Harvest dates: August 22-23 for Sauvignon and 31 for Piquepoul
Vinification: Slow pressing - Settling - Fermentation in the tank
Maturing: On the lees in stainless steel tanks
Alcohol content: 13 % vol.

Certifications: Organic Agriculture (AB) and High Environmental Value (HVE)


Tasting notes:

Very melted, the nose mixes notes of white peach, apricot, quince paste, verbena with toasted almond and a little tanginess.

Freshness and fat balance well on the palate to support these aromas in length and giving them an airy register.

Tasting suggestions:

This cuvée will find its place to accompany aperitifs, tapas and grilled fish in particular. Its structure and freshness will also allow it to be combined with many other richer dishes, such as oriental dishes with turmeric, curry or ginger.

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Grand Vin White

CANOPÉ WHITE 2022

Vin de Pays d’Oc

 

High Environmental Value Certified

and conversion to Organic farming

Soil: Clay-and limestone (sauvignon), schist (piquepoul)
Grape variety: Sauvignon 66 %, Piquepoul 33 %
Harvest: By hand, in small crates, with sorting
Harvest dates: August 22-23 sauvignon and 31 for piquepoul
Vinification: Slow pressing – Settling - Fermentation in 3-wine barrels
Maturing: In barrels on the lees, with stirring
Alcohol content: 13 % vol.
Packaging: 75 cl Bordeaux bottles

Certifications: Organic Agriculture (AB) and High Environmental Value (HVE)

Tasting notes:

Rich and complex, the bouquet brings together aromas of candied citrus fruits, pineapple and pear with notes of grilled dried fruits and garrigue which give it a lot of typicity.
The structure on the palate is well balanced, very round with great length. There are also notes of mango and lychees.

Tasting suggestions:

This rich wine may be enjoyed with a wide range of dishes including white fish (ray, monkfish, cod), duck (with olives), osso buco or a veal stew. Or why not try dishes containing curry, ginger, preserved lemons and spices. It also goes superbly with pressed cheeses (Comté, Beaufort…). Best served between 10 and 12 °C, it should be given some time to breathe when young.

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