Winemaker : Celliers du Languedoc V. D
Appellation : VDP Bouches du Rhône
Varietal : 100 % monovarietal French merlot

Production area : The vineyard is located in the south of the Rhône Valley.
Depth and fresh Rhône soil ideal to produce supple and fruity red wine. This particular soil is called “Terrasses alluvialles du Rhône”.

Yield per Hectare : The average is 50 hectolitres per hectares

Training System : High trellising to offer large leaf surface (< 1metre square/ 1 Kg of grape). The observation of the vine and the soil labor is very important to prevent any problems of contaminations. We use de-earthing machine to limit the competition of weeds.

Hectares of Production : 100 hectares

Vinification : Grapes are completely destemed. Traditional vinification with a regular temperature controlled racking at the start of the fermentation. Temperature is increased at the end of fermentation for better colour extraction. Optimum storage time in tanks to daily tasting.

Analytical Data : 13 % alc./vol.

Tasting notes : Lively nose with notes of red and black fruits. This aromatic wine remains smooth and full with fresh red fruits flavours and melting tannins.

Conservation time : 2009

Notes : Wine made from USDA National Program Certified grapes by ECOCERT.
An independent laboratory to prove the organic production origin does residual analysis of pesticide of the wine.

Wine suitable for vegan and vegetarian. Without any GMO