Otherwise Chardonnay

PGI Pays d'Oc

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chardonnay
Before being an organic wine, Otherwise must be a premium wine that is subject to high quality requirements common to all wines signed Gérard Bertrand. The consistency of quality is ensured by the blending of different terroirs. Gérard Bertrand's commitment to the environment is reflected in this range by AB certification by Ecocert, the benchmark label for consumers in France (85% awareness rate in France), as well as by environmentally friendly packaging. (recycled paper label, raw cardboard, natural Procork cap). This range is part of a sustainable development policy, focused on the preservation of vineyard landscapes and the development of agriculture that respects the environment and biodiversity. From fervent defenders of ecology, to people concerned about consuming 'healthy' products, to wine lovers and gourmets looking for new sensations, all find an answer to their expectations in the Autre cuvées.
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Dress

Beautiful sustained golden yellow colour, lively and limpid


Nose

Complex and floral reveals floral scents, complemented by buttery and fresh fruit notes


Blocked

Well-balanced and quite powerful, remains suave and unctuous with flavors of yellow and exotic fruits, accompanied by notes of honey and vanilla


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Appellation : PGI Pays d'Oc
Cépage : chardonnay

Custody and Service Tips

To be enjoyed at 12°C with shellfish, scallops, grilled fish or fish in sauce, such as sea bass or grilled sea bass with lemon butter, or white meats

Winemaking

After manual harvesting, the entire harvest is destemmed before being put into vats. Traditional maceration is carried out for 10 to 15 days, with temperature control to preserve the aromas. The frequency of pumping over is adjusted to allow the extraction of polyphenols and fruity aromas. After the malolactic fermentation, the wine is aged in vats for a few months, then bottled.