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Brilliant, ruby red robe and an elegant, distinctive nose of red fruits (cherries). On the palate this wine is very well-balanced, with silky, mouth-filling tannins. Notes of red currant, ripe cherries and a touch of mocha are followed by fresh, elegant finish with floral and menthol hints. A lively wine which will age well.

Technical sheet


IGP Pays d’Oc




Pinot Noir


13.5% alc./vol


Red, iron-rich clay and limestone scree. The combination of altitude, cooler air and a wide range of temperature between day and night make for optimum expression of the Pinot Noir vines grown in the upper Limoux valley. For this grape variety, it is undoubtedly the best terroir in Languedoc-Roussillon.


Grapes are destemmed and sorted. Fermentation is carried out at no more than 22°C, with two punch downs per day during alcoholic fermentation, followed by two weeks in tank. Malolactic fermentation happens after settling.


Five months in stainless steel tank before bottling. Light filtration.

Recognition and awards

  • Mondial des Pinots 2014 Silver Medal - Top 15 des Pinots Français Read article
  • Jancis Robinson 16 / 20 - A pretty successful Pinot Noir! Read article
  • Concours National des IGP de France Médaille d'Argent Read article


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