Wine Rigal, "Original" Colombard, Cotes de Gascogne IGP, 2017
Reviews of purchase Rigal, "Original" Colombard, Cotes de Gascogne IGP, 2017
Wine a pale straw color.
The taste of wine is fresh, balanced, easy, with floral notes and a pleasant aftertaste.
Fresh aroma of the wine is filled with tones of white flowers and light shades of pineapple.
Wine is served as an aperitif, recommended for snacks, light fish dishes, goes well with fruit desserts.
"Francois Dulac" Vin de Pays du Gers - this white semi-sweet wine of regional origin (VdP), created from a blend of grape varieties Colombard (60%) and Ugni Blanc (40%). Wine "François Dulac" is produced by incomplete fermentation of wort. Fermentation is interrupted by a cooling method. Prior to bottling the wine is filtered to separate the yeast and sediment from each other.
Les Grands Chais de France (GSF) - a group of companies based in Petersbahe in 1979 by a man named Joseph Helfrish (Joseph Helfrich). The main location of the company - Vosges du Nord (South of France). To date, "Le Grand Chase de France" - a large and successful company, engaged in the production of quality French wine, and aimed mainly for export (more than 70% of production). GSF owns vineyards in many wine regions - Alsace, Loire Valley, Bordeaux (Landiras), Beaujolais (P. Desvignes) and Languedoc-Roussillon (Domaine DE la Baume).
A distinctive feature of the company GSF is the desire to preserve old traditions, combining them with the innovations in the world of wine. This is due to many years of tremendous experience of more than 1,200 employees. The annual turnover of Les Grands Chais de France is around 700 million euros. The volume of production - about one million bottles per day. Industrial area companies occupy 12.8 ha.
Vynogradar named Rigal, who lived during the reign of Louis XIV, had no idea that his name would be called one of the most prestigious wine houses Cahors.
Today the economy Rigal owns 75 hectares of vineyards located in the heart of South West France, along the river Lo. The symbol of the economy is the "Truffle" oak tree that symbolizes eternity, the greatness and endurance inherent in the great wines of Cahors.
Since 2003, wine house Rigal joined the group of companies AdVini, which includes such facilities as the Domaine Laroche, Gassier, JeanJean, Cazes and others.