Clos d'Ora 2018 - Wooden Case 6 Bottles

AOP Minervois La Livinière

1,140.00 € 
Wooden box 6 Bottles

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Syrah Grenache Mourvedre Carignan
  • An exceptional wine in this mysterious and preserved place culminating at an altitude of 200 m
  • A wine already recognized by critics: Bettane and Desseauve in Les Échos: "A Grand Cru born in Languedoc"
  • A rare wine already listed in the most beautiful establishments in the world: Fouquet’s Paris, Auberge du Vieux Puits (3* Michelin), Harrod’s (London), Burj Al Arab (Dubai)
  • Organic wine certified AB & biodynamic certified Demeter
    Download the technical sheet - FR / EN
    Dress

    Shining with a deep ruby


    Nose

    The nose has aromas of pepper, chocolate, mint, sandalwood


    Blocked

    The attack is captivating and the palate fascinates with its aromas of juniper berries and black fruits, all enhanced by melted and subtle tannins


    Détails
    Alcool :
    SKU :816429
    Appellation : AOP Minervois La Livinière
    Cépage : Syrah|Grenache|Mourvedre|Carignan

    Custody and Service Tips

    To be decanted for 1 hour, ideally served at 17° with Aubrac beef matured and cut from the tenderloin or rib


    Winemaking

    The vines are cultivated biodynamically and entirely worked by mule and horse. Leaf stripping is carried out before the entirely manual harvest. All the macerations are carried out in the concrete and thermoregulated vat, distinguishing each plot and each grape variety. Syrah: vatting and vinification using destemmed grapes. Grenache and Mourvèdre: destemming and light crushing during vatting. Controlled vatting temperatures. Very gentle maceration limiting tannic extraction. Just a few pumping overs for aeration and humidification of the cap. Carignan: vatting in whole bunches, vinification at a fairly high temperature favoring aromatic extraction.