Magnum Château Puech-Haut Languedoc Argali Rosé jeroboam 2020
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|√||The reference for rosé from the Languedoc|
|√||Beautiful as an aperitif or with refined dishes|
|√||Elegant and mouth-filling|
A Prestige from the Languedoc
Fresh and delicate nose with aromas of white peaches and lychees, in addition to a hint of flowers and minerals. Sparkling, solid rosé with lots of body and depth and a delicate fruity finish.
This exceptional rose is embraced by international wine journalists. Renowned wine journalist (former Robert Parker) Jeb Dunnuck has been a fan for years and recently even gave 90 points. Exceptionally high for a rose!
In a nice matte bottle, magnum or Jeroboam
Owner Gerard Bru is a self-made man. Became wealthy after selling a company and invested this capital in a piece of land northwest of Montpellier. There was nothing else there except a few olive trees. No vine to be seen anyway.
No AOC yet, but Gerard had every confidence in this terroir with its clay soils and slate. From that moment on, Chateau Haut Puech has grown into a prestigious domain with only 187 hectares of vineyard. They make 10 different red wines, 2 white wines and 3 rose wines spread over the areas Coteaux du Languedoc, Pic Saint Loup and Saint Drezery.
Olives and truffles
In addition to wine, Gerard has always left room for the olive trees that he found on the land as he bought it. The old trees still take up 15 hectares. The olives are still harvested and transformed into limited edition olive oil. This is only available in the shop on the domain.
Another special feature on the domain at Chateau Puech Haut. Truffles can be found! Another piece of land of about 15 hectares is full of old oaks. Black gold can be found on this piece of land: black truffle!
|Grape variety:||Grenache 60% en cinsault 40%|
|Bottle Closure:||Glass cap|
|Taste:||Lively and fresh|
|Wood maturation:||No wood aging|
|What do we think?:||Rob: Fresh, solid rosé. With a summery balance. The major competitor of the Mip and AIX|
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