Roc D'Anglade VDP du Gard rouge 2011

Roc D'Anglade VDP du Gard rouge

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A vibrant wine with freshness, balance and a lot of fruits.

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About this Wine


Country France
Region Languedoc
Appellation VDP Gard
Winery Roc d'Anglade
Vintage 2011
Color Red
Varietal(s) Carignan  (50%), Mourvèdre  (25%), Syrah  (15%), Grenache (10%)
Closure Natural Cork
Volume 750ml
Alcohol 14%
Product Code 11R341
MLF yes
Other Organic
Inventory Very Low Stock (16)

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Tasting notes

Red fruits and mineral notes on the nose. Elegant balance of tannin and acidity, with minerality and fruit and a refreshing finish.

Pairing

Grilled beef, roasted chicken, truffles.

Production


Terroir

Sand, clay, silt soils on limestone rock.

Viticulture

Organic farming (ecocert). Pruning. Hand harvest.

Vinification

No destemming. Natural yeasts. Maceration and fermentation in vat for 18 days with punching of the cap. Ageing on lees for 16 months in large wood barrels of different sizes. Each plot is aged separately.

Production Amount

28000

Winery


Winery Description

Rémy Pedreno is an intriguing guy; unusually for someone who is now so enthusiastic about wine, he did not touch a drop for the first 22 years of his life. He made his very first wine in 1996 from some bunches of Carignan, just enough for one barrel. And in 1999 he went into partnership with René Rostaing from Côte Rôtie who gave him carte blanche. In 2002 he made his first wine from his own vines. His vineyards are organic, but not biodynamic; everything is handpicked; he uses natural yeast and keeps the sulphur levels as low as possible. And he enthused about Carignan; ‘it’s the Pinot Noir of the Languedoc, a fabulous variety’. Remy Pedreno is a combination of modesty and confidence, and displays commitment and dedication. He never analyses his grapes, only tastes them and he states very firmly that he makes wine according to his own taste. He is not looking for concentration in his wines, but sheer drinking pleasure. Wine is after all made to be drunk and enjoyed.

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