Heritage du Levant

2016, 2017
IGP Pays d’Oc

Tasting notes:

A red wine with a purple hue, broad aromatic range of jellied red and black fruits, soft spices, black liquorice, slight smoke.
The mouth is ample with fat and round tannins. A lovely vintage.

Food and wine pairing:

Héritage du Levant is a real gastronomic wine that will pair well with traditional cuisine.
Roast leg of lamb with rosemary/oven-baked potatoes, grilled meat with anchovy sauce, Tarte tatin with spring onions, balsamic vinegar.

Service:

Serve at 17ºC, opening the bottle two hours before serving or in carafe.

Vineyard,terroir and vinification:

The terroir of the vines that makes up this vintage are varied and complementary.
The Syrah (70%) comes out in the length and with finesse on the Côteaux d’Arpaillargues.
The Marselan (20%), a cousin of Grenache, provides depth and structure.
Petit Verdot (10%) enhance the aromas of jellied fruits.
Maceration time of 18 to 24 days with mild but prolonged extraction.

IGP Pays d’Oc Rouge
Alcohol: 14.5%
Sulphites: 11 mg/l
A slight deposit of crystals is a natural phenomenon.

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