The Great White Wines of Châteaux Gérard Bertrand

Les Grands Vins blancs des Châteaux Gérard Bertrand

Great White Wines 2019: natural perfection

Produced in the middle of unspoiled nature, from vines grown in Biodynamics (a method of cultivation without any chemicals aimed at the symbiosis between the animal, vegetable and mineral world), these three great white wines represent with pride in their Mediterranean origins.

Authentic and expressive, these unique wines reflect the terroirs of southern France.

Produced from the best parcels of vines, these three prestigious cuvées are the purest expression of exceptional terroirs (La Clape, Corbières, Terrasses du Larzac).

Thanks to the unique characteristics of its vineyards: along the coast on limestone soil (Château l'Hospitalet), at the foot of a large causse on volcanic soil (Château La Sauvageonne), and from century-old vines on a soil of rolled pebbles (Château de Villemajou), Gérard Bertrand and his expert teams have produced three Great White Wines of Languedoc, competing brilliantly with the greatest wine regions.


Château l'Hospitalet Grand Vin Blanc 2019
AOP La Clape - AB/Demeter

Located in the heart of a protected natural park, this exceptional wine is distinguished by a golden color, a powerful and fresh nose and a mouth of great finesse.

Its freshness and minerality are typical of wines from the Massif de la Clape.

This Great White Wine is best served at 11°C and will elegantly accompany your aperitifs and fish in sauce.


Château de Villemajou Grand Vin Blanc 2019
AOP Corbières

Produced from a blend of typical Mediterranean grape varieties grown organically and biodynamically, this wine is synonymous with generosity and elegance.

Its color is bright and limpid, its mouth, lively and ample, with a slightly woody finish.

Served at a temperature of 10-12°C, it can be enjoyed on its own as an aperitif, or during a meal, as an accompaniment to fish, white meat in sauce or cheese.


Château La Sauvageonne Grand Vin Blanc 2019
AOP Languedoc - AB/Demeter

Located in the heart of raw and generous nature, at the foot of the high karstic plateau of Larzac, between soils of Ruffes (volcanic soil) and Schists, La Sauvageonne Grand Vin Blanc 2019 is a complex wine with a very fragrant nose.

Its mouth, rich and unctuous, delivers a beautiful freshness.

This characterful wine can be enjoyed on its own as an aperitif, and during a meal, with grilled fish or shellfish.



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