Bergerie de L'Hortus
Rosé de Saignée
Jean Orliac à Valflaunès
Coteaux du Languedoc
The field of Hortus, owned by the family Orliac is installed in the valley between the Pic Saint Loup and Hortus near Valflaunès.
Syrah and Mourvedre dominate Grenache aged in barrels for aging allows for great wines.
The winery and cellar wood are built in a beautiful setting amidst the pines.
The wines produced are references to the name Pic Saint Loup.
Jean Orliac constantly looking concentrated fruit and purity.
Great Vintages are the standard and deserve a few years of patience to develop their delicacies.
La Bergerie de L'Hortus techniques are wines produced in three colors, frank, soft and silky, easier.
This wine is a blend of wines from the vineyards of the Hortus and later among a carefully selected from a winemaker Pic Saint Loup from a very old vines Cinsault wine.
Grenache, Mourvedre, Syrah, Cinsault.
Getting juice a slight bleeding of Grenache and Mourvedre, Syrah for direct pressing.
After cold settling, 3 to 4 weeks of fermentation.
Aromas of raspberry and strawberry nose.
A beautiful attack on the sweetness.
A soft pink wine !
Style of wine:
Fresh and tangy rosé.
Lisettes small roasted tomato confit.
Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health.
Consume with moderation.
"The consumption of alcoholic drinks during pregnancy, even in small amounts, can have serious consequences on the health of the child".
|Région :||Languedoc wine|
|Naming of wines :||Pic Saint Loup AOP|
|Color :||Rosé wine|
|Type of farming:||conventional agriculture|
|Keep :||4 year guard potential|
|Style of wines :||Delicate and fruity rosé wine|
|Cépages :||Grenache Noir, Syrah|
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