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November 2019


Each year since 1988, Wine Spectator has released its Top 100 list , where the editors select the most exciting wines from the thousands they reviewed during the course of the year.

The selection prioritizes quality (based on score), value (based on price) and availability (based on the number of cases either made or imported into the United States).
These criteria are applied to the wines that rated outstanding (90 points or higher on Wine Spectator’s 100-point scale) each year to determine the Top 100.

We are very proud that our new wine Art de Vivre Languedoc 2015  is on this top 100, rated 90, outstanding

Tasting notes:
"Polished, supple tannins support the black cherry, red plum and wild raspberry notes of this juicy red, with savory touches of mineral and herb on the clean finish. Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre"

Art de Vivre is a wine that pays homage to the Mediterranean arc and its long history of winemaking, in a uniquely original format.

The range Art de Vivre :
- Art de Vivre, AOP Languedoc : the blend of emblematic red grape varieties from the South (Syrah, Grenache, Mourvèdre)
- Art de Vivre, AOP Clairette du Languedoc : the resurgence of Adissan Clairette, this grape variety is twice millennial.

Gérard Bertrand participates in the official trip to China of President Macron to represent the excellence of French wines. 

President Macron, guest of honor this tuesday of the Shanghai International Fair for imports, 

Presidents Emmanuel Macron and Xi Jinping tasted the great French wines on the show. 

The Château l'Hospitalet Grand Vin Rouge, AOP La Clape and Cigalus Rouge, IGP Aude Hauterive were served with the Château Cheval Blanc 1er Grand Cru Classé of Bordeaux and the Château Corton Grancey of the Domaine Louis Latour in Burgundy.

Committed to biodynamic viticulture, respectful of the terroirs and promoting biodiversity, and deeply attached to the terroirs of Languedoc Roussillon, it is an honour to embody the excellence of French wines in the world.

From 7 November in the art space of the Château l'Hospitalet

In partnership with with the BNP, Yann Arthus-Bertrand travelled the world to propose a photographic and singular approach to the Sustainable Development Goals, in the form of an exhibition of 17 photographs illustrating each of the objectives. This private exhibition will be made public for the first time at the Château l'Hospitalet on November 7.

The main objectives of the Goodplanet Foundation are to raise awareness of the environmental cause and to act on the ground. 
The exhibition “17 goals to save the world” meets these objectives by placing ecology and humanism at the heart of consciences and generating concrete actions for the land and its inhabitants. This series of pedagogical and committed photographs aims to raise awareness among a wide public, in order to awaken the awareness of adults and to educate the youngest to the actions to be put in place for a better future

Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s work demonstrates his willingness to awaken a collective and responsible conscience. Hosting this exhibition at the Château l'Hospitalet is an honour but also an obvious one. Like all of Gérard Bertrand’s estates, Château l'Hospitalet is cultivated in biodynamics with a special focus on biodiversity.

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