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December 2018


NBC, 1st Look, December 2018

Monday 17 December 2018

Last summer, Gérard Bertrand hosted the crew of NBC’s travel show ‘1st Look’ at Château l’Hospitalet, in the heart of southern France’s wine country.

The TV host, Johnny Bananas, discovered Gérard Bertrand’s most prized estates, including Clos d’Ora and Château l’Hospitalet. They experienced winemaking and biodynamics. They filmed a wine blending session and the jazz festival at Château l’Hospitalet. They partied in Tautavel. 

For more, check out the episode starring Gérard Bertrand and Johnny Bananas on 1st Look Youtube Channel !

Watch the episode

The Pruning and Truffle Festival 2018 took place last week-end at Château l'Hospitalet. On Saturday, wine lovers and professionals had the opportunity to participate in the pruning of our vineyards, hunt truffles and taste exceptional wines with the accompaniment of dishes based on truffles.

Discover in these few pictures the best moments of the weekend.

MasterClass Biodynamics Bordeaux Tasting

Wednesday 05 December 2018

The 7th edition of the event organized by Terre de Vins, Bordeaux Tasting, will take place on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th of December, in Place de la Bourse in Bordeaux.

Gérard Bertrand, worldwide representative of biodynamic practices, will naturally be present at the Masterclass “Three great terroirs and three stars of biodynamics”, on Saturday 15th December at 1:30PM. He will present Clos d’Ora 2013 and 2015.

Find the full program of Bordeaux Tasting here.

The Wine Spectator revealed its list of 100 Top Values 2018 which regroups the wines with best value for money among thousands of bottles tasted throughout the year.

This year Gillian Sciaretta had rated 90/100 the last vintage of Cote des Roses rosé, AOP Languedoc, 2017: " Clean and fresh, this Provence-style rosé offers a delicate, balanced profile of white raspberry, cherry and lemon zest notes.”

For 2018 Vintage, discover the new bottles of Cote des Roses with Cote des Roses Chardonnay, IGP Pays d’Oc and the small bottle (37.5cl).