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Gerard Bertrand Cote de Roses Rouge 2011

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1902543
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Gerard Bertrand Cote de Roses Rouge 2011 750ml

Gerard Bertrand Cote de Roses Rouge

The colour is a brilliant ruby red and the bouquet reveals lovely intense red-fruit scents, in particular strawberries, set off nicely by spicy hints.The tannins are fine and silky on the palate and the wine is generous and fleshy, very fruity and with a strong mineral accent.

The various grape varieties are harvested separately when each of them is just at the right ripeness level, with Syrah generally the first to be ready. The winemaking process is managed to respect the specific characteristics of the grape varieties and the qualities of the soil. The grapes are harvested by machine with a built-in sorting system.The grapes are thoroughly de-stemmed and then macerated for about 3 weeks. The extraction work (pumping over, running off, cap punching) is carefully adapted to each vat to achieve effective extraction of the varietal flavours and a dense, silky structure.After light fining and bottling, the wine is stored for several months before going on sale.

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Gerard Bertrand Gerard Bertrand Cote de Roses Rouge 2011
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
 

Notes on the Gerard Bertrand Cote de Roses Rouge 750ML 2011

Tasting Notes The colour is a brilliant ruby red and the bouquet reveals lovely intense red-fruit scents, in particular strawberries, set off nicely by spicy hints.The tannins are fine and silky on the palate and the wine is generous and fleshy, very fruity and with a strong mineral accent.

Wine Maker Notes The various grape varieties are harvested separately when each of them is just at the right ripeness level, with Syrah generally the first to be ready. The winemaking process is managed to respect the specific characteristics of the grape varieties and the qualities of the soil. The grapes are harvested by machine with a built-in sorting system.The grapes are thoroughly de-stemmed and then macerated for about 3 weeks. The extraction work (pumping over, running off, cap punching) is carefully adapted to each vat to achieve effective extraction of the varietal flavours and a dense, silky structure.After light fining and bottling, the wine is stored for several months before going on sale.