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Bergerac Rouge Bio

Bergerac Rouge 2018
Jour de Fruit

Deep ruby colour. Nose of cherry with blackcurrant, when swirled, strawberry emerges. The attack is round with intensity, followed by a blended tannic flavour, with a fruity finish revealing an excellent maturity of the grapes.

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Vin Bergerac Rouge Abbaye

Bergerac Rouge 2016


The charming, earthy nose suggests the horns of death. The texture, fine and precise, evolves on the palate with notes of blueberries and black pepper. The length is then expressed by black fruits, with a granular sensation that provokes intense salivation. A very easy-drinking wine."

Coup de Coeur Guide Vert Revue du Vin de France 2019 -                                                16/20

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Côtes de Bergerac


Vin Bergerac Rouge Extase


Vin Bergerac Rouge bio extase

Grand Vin Rouge of the Estate

Côtes de Bergerac Rouge 2016 - L’extase

The robe is dark red, very intense with crimson hues. The nose is powerful and profound. It is expressed by notes of very ripe fruit (Morello cherries), sweet spices (cinnamon, nutmeg) and minty licorice. The palate is very round, structured by silky tannins and very well balanced. There are aromas of fruit and spices as well as smoky notes. The length, persistent, is synonymous with a very good vintage.

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Pécharmant Domaine de l'Ancienne Cure

Pécharmant 2018
Jour de Fruit

Nose of black fruits, prunes, you can feel the warmth. Palate enrobed with black fruits as found on the nose, a little tannic. Beautiful substance, elegant, cooked fruits.

15/20 Guide Vert la Revue du Vin de France 2019

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Monbazillac Abbaye Domaine de l'ancienne Cure

Pécharmant 2016

VINIFICATION : The grapes are harvested at good maturity, fermentation at 28°C for 11 days. Pumping over 3 times a day, post fermentation 21 days, then run-off.

MATURATION: Transfer to new barrels after malolactic fermentation, aeration by micro-oxygenation and stirring of the lees (battonage) for 12 months.

TASTING: Complex nose, a little elegance of woody aromas. Fresh, tender palate, polished tannins, good length. Pleasant!


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