« "Cépages Oubliés" Cuvee » Red 2018
Grape variety : 40% Merille, 40% Fer Servadou, 20% Malbec / Appellation : I.G.P. Périgord / Region : South West of France / Cellaring potential : 3 years / Alcohol : 13 % / Acidity : 3,25g/l / pH : 3,65 / Residual sugar : 0,2 g/L
A clay limestone plateau 170 meters above the Dordogne valley. The vines are
planted at 5000 vines / hectares and are worked with respect for organic farming
and great wines.
The grapes are picked when ripe and then vinified without adding
sulphites and respecting the specifications for natural wines. Once fermented, the wine is aged
on lees at low temperature to find its natural stability and allow it to develop
crunchy fruit aromas.
Garnet red color with hints of mauve.
Intense aromas of red fruits, wild berries with tertiary notes. On the palate, the attack is supple, all round with silky tannins and hints of fresh
fruit with a lot of freshness. Serve as an aperitif or with grilled meats and vegetables.