Half of the grapes grown on clay-limestone soils undergo hot maceration prior to fermentation. The grapes are heated to 80°C, placed in tanks, macerated for 8 to 12 hours, pumped, pressed, filtered, and vinified at 20°C. The other half of the grapes are vinified using traditional methods. The other half of the grapes are vinified using traditional vinification methods, creating a unique fusion of the two methods.
The wine has a wonderful deep red color with dark purple reflections. Roasted notes of mocha and vanilla are well balanced with powerful and complex aromas of ripe blackberry and cassis fruit. Rich, full-bodied and intense, with a harmonious, fruity finish.
MARRIAGE: Braised lamb, roast beef
Les Grands Chais de France, the No. 1 private winemaker in France, was founded in 1979 by Joseph Helfrich, a privileged partner of winegrowers in the great wine-growing regions of France, with over 3,000 ha of vineyards, a grower and vinification and aging He is also an expert in vinification and aging.
In just one generation, it is a major stakeholder and France's leading private winemaker in Alsace, Jura, Diois, Languedoc, Bordeaux region, Val de Loire, Burgundy, and now Provence.
It has outstanding vineyards, protected from the Atlantic winds by pine trees, and benefits from an ideal climate. Everything the vines need to reach their full potential is present, and the gravelly, calcareous and clay soils on the banks of the Garonne and Dordogne rivers foster the diversity of this exceptional vineyard.
Known for its commitment to protecting the environment, sustainable development, and preserving resources for future generations, it has developed an environmentally friendly policy involving vine growers and local stakeholders. It also emphasizes the adoption of best practices throughout the wine production process.
|Type of Wine||Red|
|Bottle Size||750 ml|
|Wine Variety||40％Merlot,30%Cabernet Sauvignon,30%Syrah|