It excels by the persistence of its melted tannins with garrigue accents.
This wine is both concentrated and elegant.
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An investment in a field being refused by the banker , the Champart you start in 1976 buying old vines gradually abandoned.
After rehabilitation and replanting of the vineyards of certain parcels , the grapes are brought to the cooperative winery until 1988 , the year of their first batch of wine in a cellar near the area.
Location and soils:
16 hectares of vines in the south to St Chinian 210m and 280m altitude.
The vines are eye opener hillsides with steep slopes on clay-limestone soils , as limestone plateaus with light and filter and the bottom of the slope with fine clays and sandstones of the Triassic soils.
Syrah and Grenache , Cinsault Rosé especially reserved for Carignan aged 65 to 90 years , Mourvèdre but Graziano (900 strains) !
The harvest is manual , in comportesde 45 kg of grapes , sorting is done on the vine if necessary.
Red, the grapes are picked at high maturity scuffed , slightly crushed and put into tanks by gravity.
Both concentrated and easily accessible , the estate's wines Mas Champart are an expression of terroir with aromas of garrigue .
A particular style respecting the purity of fruit and freshness.
The wine was aged on lees in oak casks for 18 months.
It has a nose of ripe fruit, cassis, rosemary.
It excels by its persistence melted tannins with hints of garrigue .
Good care , this wine is both concentrated and elegant.
Spicy and full-bodied red wine .
Agreement puts and wine:
Aubrac beef and aligot .
Store in your cellar 6 years
14.5 % Volume
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"
|Naming of wines :||St. Chinian|
|Color :||Red wine|
|Type of farming:||conventional agriculture|
|Keep :||Childcare potential of 8 years and over|
|Style of wines :||Bodied red wine|
|The advice of guides :||French Wine Review, Bettane - Desseauve|