Wine Les Jamelles, "Cepage Rare" Malbec, Pays d'Oc IGP, 2018
Reviews of purchase Les Jamelles, "Cepage Rare" Malbec, Pays d'Oc IGP, 2018
The wine is pale golden straw.
Rounded, rich, thick and fresh fruit and mineral taste of the wine has a pleasant, wonderfully balanced acidity.
Rich fruity bouquet with dominant tones of apricot, peach and banana nuances perfectly complement the flavors of lavender, lilies and acacia.
This wine can be consumed as an aperitif, it perfectly complements the taste of a variety of fish dishes, seafood and asparagus. Viognier is also fed to the cake with fruit filling.
Dry white wine Les Jamelles Viognier is classified as Vin de Pays d'Oc, its French wines designated by geographical origin, namely, produced in the departments of Lozere, Herault, Gard, Aude and Pyrenees-Orientales, a part of the largest wine region Langedok- Roussillon. For this type of wine (VdP) there are strict rules of manufacture, according to which the natural strength of the drink must be at least 10% for the Mediterranean and 9-9.5% for other regions, wines made from grape varieties permitted by law and meet certain organoleptic requirements.
For the manufacture of very fragrant and pleasant wine Viognier from producer Le Jamel used Viognier grapes grown in different parts of the region Languedoc-Roussillon. One part of the crop comes from the Department of Aude, where vineyards are located in the south of the Minervois appellation. The second part consists of berries collected in the department of Herault between Beziers and Montpellier, they give the flavor of the wine special fruitiness and roundness. Vines that grow at an altitude of 150-200 meters above sea level on the pebbly limestone soils have an average age of 10 years, and their yield is about 40 hl / ha. A sufficient amount of sun and water, as well as cool night temperatures contribute to optimal and fairly early ripening. Alcoholic fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks at a temperature of 15-18 ° C, allowing the drink to preserve freshness and flavor of the fruit bouquet. Within a few months, until the wine is aged on the lees in stainless steel, it is time to buy a unique flower colors and deeper flavor. Malolactic fermentation is performed.
Wines Les Jamelles first appeared on the market in 1991. The new production headed Catherine and Laurent Delaunay - young winemakers from Burgundy, came from a family that for four generations engaged in the production of wine. After working in California's young people have returned home, where he came under the charm of the south of France. They attracted a wide variety of terroirs and different climate zones. For several years, Catherine and Laurent traveled throughout the region of Languedoc-Roussillon. They determined the best terroirs for each variety crop growers acquainted with them and offered cooperation in the production of complex, well-balanced wines that reflect the characteristics of the varietal grapes.
According to the agreement, berries, grown producers, vinified in place in close proximity to vineyards. Under the supervision of Le Jamel modern winemaking techniques are constantly adapted to the characteristics of each type of wine and the specific characteristics of the crop.
Catherine Delaunay of the few women who dedicated their lives to the guilt and passionately loved his profession. During the ripening of the grapes she regularly visits farms, working in close cooperation with the company, controls the process of vinification and maturation of wines. The final decision on blending wines also takes Catherine, which is responsible for the quality of all products.
Natural wines, created by talented winemakers Les Jamelles, transmit unique charm of the largest wine region of France. Because of this wine company quickly found their consumers in different countries, and their high quality and unique character of the press and have been repeatedly praised by critics.