Naturae Syrah red

PGI Pays d'Oc

7.45 € 
75 cl

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shiraz
Red
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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Dress

Very deep red


Nose

Notes of spices and violets


Blocked

Aromas of black fruits, chocolate, liquorice


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Appellation : PGI Pays d'Oc
Cépage : shiraz

Custody and Service Tips

To be served at 16°C with spicy dishes or vegetable lasagna

Winemaking

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 picking window is very short as the acid/sugar balance and maturity of the tannins are essential for this category of wine. Red winemaking is very traditional, except that we do not use SO2 or any other oenological input. The grapes are destemmed then the maceration phase lasts about 10 days during which we only work on the extraction by daily pumping over to promote the expression of the fruit. The pressing takes place by taking care to separate the presses, then the wines are racked in order to eliminate the coarsest lees before the malolactic fermentation. Following the latter, the wines are racked again then put in the cold to guarantee their good stability in the vats.