Naturae Grenache rosé

PGI Pays D'Oc

7.45 € 
75 cl

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Naturae is a range of wines without added sulphites and without additives, which allows everyone to enjoy wine. Each unique cuvée expresses the character and taste of the fruit and the terroir. This organic wine was born from the know-how of Gérard Bertrand and his oenologists. The wines are grown according to the standards of organic farming, which requires great precision in the cultivation of the vine and the vinification. Intense and fruity Naturae will give you a unique experience of the grape variety while respecting the environment.
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Pale pink


Aromas of red fruits, raspberry and strawberry


Delicate, floral notes

Alcool :
Appellation : PGI Pays D'Oc
Cépage : grenache

Custody and Service Tips

It is a fresh and fruity wine to be enjoyed at 10°C as an aperitif, with salads, or exotic dishes


The work begins in the vineyard with a precise and meticulous selection of the plots best suited to produce this type of wine (90% of the final result stems from this precision work): the sanitary condition must be perfect, the foliage must to be healthy, fresh and dense, the grapes must have an optimum level of ripeness. In fact, the pick-up window is very low as the acid/sugar balance is essential for this category of wine. The vinification is sharp and very precise given the fact that we do not use sulfur or oenological inputs at any time during the vinification or bottling. Upon receipt, the grapes are immediately cooled to 8°C and pressed, taking care to remove the press juice. The juices are cold-settled to promote natural clarification of the musts and elimination of oxidizable compounds by precipitation. The alcoholic fermentation is quickly launched at fermentation temperatures regulated between 17 and 18°C. At the end of fermentation, the wine is racked so as to keep some fine lees which will be the antioxidant base of the wines during their aging before bottling. The latter takes place quite early in the year to preserve the unique aromatic expression of this wine and preserve all its qualities over time.