Wine Plaimont, "Le Gasconierre" Rouge, Cotes de Gascogne IGP
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Reviews of purchase Plaimont, "Le Gasconierre" Rouge, Cotes de Gascogne IGP
The wine is pale straw-yellow with silvery-green highlights.
The taste of the wine is surprisingly refreshing, stylish, smooth, with lots of notes of juicy fruits (ripe citrus, stone fruit, pineapple), lively acidity and fine minerality.
The fresh aroma of wine is filled with flowery and distinct, juicy fruit notes: citrus, white peach, nectarine, gooseberry, flowering fruit trees, pineapple and banana.
Wine is served as an aperitif, grilled seafood, chicken salad with pineapple, light casseroles and vegetable dishes, soft goat cheeses.
"Terres d'Artagnan" Blanc is a light, stylish, perfectly refreshing wine made from Colombar and Uni Blanc grapes, grown in the South-West of France. Thanks to fresh, "cool" taste and low level of alcohol, wine will become a wonderful summer drink.
Nowadays winemaking heritage of this area has been strengthened under the leadership of Andre Dubosquet. In 1979, he and a group of enthusiastic winemakers created the company Plaimont, whose philosophy is based on the principle of respect for the traditions of wine-making region. By cultivating local grape varieties, the company has acquired several plots of running to restore the famous vineyards of Saint-Mont. Improving grape quality has made regional wines more fragrant and interesting, which could not but attract the attention of buyers.
Vineyards company Pleymon located on 795 acres of fertile land, which lies halfway between the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Pyrenees in the south. The climate combines the presence of cold nights and hot days. These conditions allow the grapes to ripen slowly and in particular contribute to the development of natural acidity in the local indigenous varieties (Colombard, Sauvignon Blanc, Gros Mans, Petit Muncie, Tannat, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc).
Today the company Pleymon produces both red and white wines using only manual harvesting. Wine companies are represented in France and abroad for over 30 years and regularly receive awards.