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A deep garnet red wine from Languedoc-Roussillon (France) with lots of black fruits, licorice and vanilla on the nose. It’s a full-bodied wine with very pronounced notes of thyme, juniper, rosemary and lavender. Perfect with roasted red meats and other saucy entrees. Available for deliveries within Metro Manila.
Grape Variety / Blend: grenache, mourvedre, carignan, syrah
Winery / Estate: Domaine de la Rochelierre
A deep garnet red wine from Languedoc-Roussillon (France) with lots of black fruits, licorice and vanilla on the nose. It’s a full-bodied wine with very pronounced notes of thyme, juniper, rosemary and lavender. Perfect with roasted red meats and other saucy entrees.
|1,501 to 2,000
|Structured & Powerful
|carignan grenache mourvedre syrah
|Domaine de la Rochelierre
|FOOD PAIRING: RED MEATS:
|FOOD PAIRING: POULTRY / PORK / VEAL:
The Domaine de La Rochelierre has been part of the large family of independent winegrowers in France for several decades . The Fabre family strives to be as close as possible to the consumer and to their expectations. Since the 2017 vintage the Estate has obtained the High Environmental Value (HVE) level 3 label.
For more than 40 years, in Fitou, Le Domaine de la Rochelierre has applied the Cousinié method to its 15 hectare vineyard . The latter consists in using only organic and mineral materials in order to be centered on "respect for the living". To this is added a heavy tillage with ten plows per year so that the roots go deep and thus, the strain is less subject to variations in temperature and hydrometry. Regarding the harvest, the Fabre family harvests the fruit of their labor by hand, and at the best possible time of maturity in order to have a very interesting balance.
Today, it is Jean-Marie and Emilie Fabre who vinify all of their production in stainless steel vats, this making it possible to best manage the fermentations in order to preserve the maximum of aromas. Then, according to the cuvées, the wines are aged either in vats in order to preserve all the youth and the purity of the aromas or in barrels, the aim being there to ripen the tannins and aromas in order to be more rounder more quickly.