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La Cour des Dames 2017 Merlot - Pays d'Oc La Cour des Dames 2017 Merlot - Pays d'Oc

Rich, complex and full bodied with round and long tannins (Pays d'Oc).

100% Merlot

 

Food pairing:  Spicy food, stuffed tomatoes, salt pork, steak, chicken with ratatouille...

Serving temperature: 17-18°C 

Tasting notes:

 

This wine has a very deep color, almost black. 

Complex, rich, and full bodied, it has flavors of crushed black fruits (ripe blackberries, black currant, cherries), jam and cooked fruits with hints of spices (cinnamon, thyme).

On the palate, this wine is round, fat and long ("velvety") with matured tannins at the end. It is a well-balanced and easy drinking wine.

 

Soil:

 

This Merlot is a blend of wines coming from different origins of the large Pays d'Oc area. Soils are of 2 types: acidic soils with shingles in the valleys (which give a smokey flavor to the wines), and, clay-limestone soils on slopes (which give fatter wines).

Vines have an average age of 10 years and are pruned according to the "Gobelet" (free standing) and "Cordon de Royat" methods (trellised). 

Yield is relatively low: about 50 hectoliters per hectare.

 

Vinification:

 

The winemaking process for this Merlot consists of a relatively long maceration and a little carbonic maceration for the fruit. 

A part of the final cuvee is aged in oak barrels for 6 to 9 months.

 
S$29.95 75
La Cour des Dames 2017 Merlot - Pays d'Oc La Cour des Dames 2017 Merlot - Pays d'Oc

Rich, complex and full bodied with round and long tannins (Pays d'Oc).

100% Merlot

 

Food pairing:  Spicy food, stuffed tomatoes, salt pork, steak, chicken with ratatouille...

Serving temperature: 17-18°C 

Tasting notes:

 

This wine has a very deep color, almost black. 

Complex, rich, and full bodied, it has flavors of crushed black fruits (ripe blackberries, black currant, cherries), jam and cooked fruits with hints of spices (cinnamon, thyme).

On the palate, this wine is round, fat and long ("velvety") with matured tannins at the end. It is a well-balanced and easy drinking wine.

 

Soil:

 

This Merlot is a blend of wines coming from different origins of the large Pays d'Oc area. Soils are of 2 types: acidic soils with shingles in the valleys (which give a smokey flavor to the wines), and, clay-limestone soils on slopes (which give fatter wines).

Vines have an average age of 10 years and are pruned according to the "Gobelet" (free standing) and "Cordon de Royat" methods (trellised). 

Yield is relatively low: about 50 hectoliters per hectare.

 

Vinification:

 

The winemaking process for this Merlot consists of a relatively long maceration and a little carbonic maceration for the fruit. 

A part of the final cuvee is aged in oak barrels for 6 to 9 months.

 
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La Cour des Dames 2017 Merlot - Pays d'Oc

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La Cour des Dames 2017 Merlot - Pays d'Oc

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Wine Code: FD0028

Rich, complex and full bodied with round and long tannins (Pays d'Oc). 100% Merlot   Food pairing:  Spicy food, stuffed tomatoes, salt pork, steak, chicken with ratatouille... Serving temp..
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Rich, complex and full bodied with round and long tannins (Pays d'Oc).

100% Merlot

 

Food pairing:  Spicy food, stuffed tomatoes, salt pork, steak, chicken with ratatouille...

Serving temperature: 17-18°C 

Tasting notes:

 

This wine has a very deep color, almost black. 

Complex, rich, and full bodied, it has flavors of crushed black fruits (ripe blackberries, black currant, cherries), jam and cooked fruits with hints of spices (cinnamon, thyme).

On the palate, this wine is round, fat and long ("velvety") with matured tannins at the end. It is a well-balanced and easy drinking wine.

 

Soil:

 

This Merlot is a blend of wines coming from different origins of the large Pays d'Oc area. Soils are of 2 types: acidic soils with shingles in the valleys (which give a smokey flavor to the wines), and, clay-limestone soils on slopes (which give fatter wines).

Vines have an average age of 10 years and are pruned according to the "Gobelet" (free standing) and "Cordon de Royat" methods (trellised). 

Yield is relatively low: about 50 hectoliters per hectare.

 

Vinification:

 

The winemaking process for this Merlot consists of a relatively long maceration and a little carbonic maceration for the fruit. 

A part of the final cuvee is aged in oak barrels for 6 to 9 months.

 

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