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Gerard Bertrand La Clape Chateau L'Hospitalet La Reserve 2010

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Gerard Bertrand La Clape Chateau L'Hospitalet La Reserve 2010 750ml

Gerard Bertrand La Clape Chateau L'Hospitalet La Reserve

Château l'Hospitalet whites are rich and complex wines, of a beautiful yellow color, brilliant and limpid. . Intense nose, with fruit and flower aromas: jasmine, peach, pear, citrus fruit, pineapple, but also cinnamon, daffodils, honey, quince jam and fresh cut hay... An even deeper complexity then reveals itself, usually with hints of vanilla, roasted flavors and cardamom. The palate combines the structure to develop further in the bottle, good acidity and length. Grilled veal chops with balsamic vinegar and butter. As most of the complex whites, Chateau l'Hospitalet wines are best served with white meats, fish and seafood.

Chateau l’Hospitalet La Reserve red has a deep ruby-red colour.Soft and balanced in the mouth, this cuveehas the generous fruitiness of jam, black cherries and red currants accompanied with notes of liquorice, gingerbread and grilled notes.Complex and aromatic, this wine offers fine tannins.Elegant and tasty, it isready to drink now or at any time in the next ten years.

This vineyard was designed to achieve a high level of quality. All the wine-growing decisions are geared toward this, from the choice of stocks at planting to the North-South orientation of the rows (to benefit more effectively from the light), and the choice of training method with short pruning (Royat cordon) on trellises.Yields are moderate, about 35 hl/ha, and we obtain ripe, healthy and concentrated grapes that easily yield up their colour and aromas in the fermentation and maceration phase as they ripen slowly.The grapes are harvested manually when they have reached optimal ripeness and taken to the cellar in wooden tubs. Some of the Syrah is vinified using carbonic maceration. The Grenache and the Mourvedre are destemmed and placed in stainless steel vats with a regulated temperature for traditional maceration over a period of 20 to 25 days. The different grape varieties are vinified separately.At the end of the winter, the wines are racked, blended and placed in 225 litre barrels in the barrel cellar of Chateau l’Hospitalet for a period of 12 months.

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Gerard Bertrand Gerard Bertrand La Clape Chateau L'Hospitalet La Reserve 2010
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Château l'Hospitalet whites are rich and complex wines, of a beautiful yellow color, brilliant and limpid. . Intense nose, with fruit and flower aromas: jasmine, peach, pear, citrus fruit, pineapple, but also cinnamon, daffodils, honey, quince jam and fresh cut hay... An even deeper complexity then reveals itself, usually with hints of vanilla, roasted flavors and cardamom. The palate combines the structure to develop further in the bottle, good acidity and length. Grilled veal chops with balsamic vinegar and butter. As most of the complex whites, Chateau l'Hospitalet wines are best served with white meats, fish and seafood.
 

Notes on the Gerard Bertrand La Clape Chateau L'Hospitalet La Reserve 750ML 2010

Tasting Notes Chateau l’Hospitalet La Reserve red has a deep ruby-red colour.Soft and balanced in the mouth, this cuveehas the generous fruitiness of jam, black cherries and red currants accompanied with notes of liquorice, gingerbread and grilled notes.Complex and aromatic, this wine offers fine tannins.Elegant and tasty, it isready to drink now or at any time in the next ten years.

Wine Maker Notes This vineyard was designed to achieve a high level of quality. All the wine-growing decisions are geared toward this, from the choice of stocks at planting to the North-South orientation of the rows (to benefit more effectively from the light), and the choice of training method with short pruning (Royat cordon) on trellises.Yields are moderate, about 35 hl/ha, and we obtain ripe, healthy and concentrated grapes that easily yield up their colour and aromas in the fermentation and maceration phase as they ripen slowly.The grapes are harvested manually when they have reached optimal ripeness and taken to the cellar in wooden tubs. Some of the Syrah is vinified using carbonic maceration. The Grenache and the Mourvedre are destemmed and placed in stainless steel vats with a regulated temperature for traditional maceration over a period of 20 to 25 days. The different grape varieties are vinified separately.At the end of the winter, the wines are racked, blended and placed in 225 litre barrels in the barrel cellar of Chateau l’Hospitalet for a period of 12 months.