Wine Toques et Clochers, "Oceanique", Limoux AOP, 2012
Reviews of purchase Toques et Clochers, "Oceanique", Limoux AOP, 2012
The wine is dark garnet color.
The wine has a powerful and well-structured palate, showing a balance of density and sophistication. Against the background of shades of ripe fruit and berries attractive echoes of sound nuances of vanilla, cocoa and truffles.
The aroma of wine focused tone black fruit, notes of licorice and cocoa.
Wine perfectly combines with meat dishes under hot sauce, steak, fried chicken. It can be served with meats, as well as aged cheeses.
Translated from the Latin "Occurcus" means "meeting". This name was chosen for wine is not accidental. All business in varietal composition of wine Toques et Clochers "Occurcus", in which the traditional appellasona Lagendok Syrah and Grenache "met" with the usual Bordeaux Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Malbec. The vineyards are located in the eastern part of appellasona Lima at an altitude of 100-200 meters above sea level. Dry and warm climate promotes early harvest. Excerpt wine "Okkursus" for 12 months takes place in oak barrels. The wine has a powerful, intense and persistent taste, rich aroma. Has an excellent storage capacity and endurance over the years only improves its taste.
Aimery Sieur d'Arques is one of the largest wine producers in the Languedoc region. Of particular importance here is the terroir of the vineyards and exposure. Mediterranean climate plays an important beneficial role. Despite the fact that the vineyards are located in the south of France, the climate softened cooler winds from the Atlantic Ocean and the Pyrenees. The winery was founded in 1946 and today combines the most advanced technology in the field of wine, at the same time not forgetting the ancient traditions. The result is a surprising wine high kachestva.Istoriya winery goes to 1531, when the monks of the Benedictine Order created the world's first sparkling wine for a century before Dom Pérignon invented the method of champagne. Wine called La Blanchett de Lima. The first mention of this wine date back to the late 16th century, when the lord of Arc, the owner of the land in Lima, drinking sparkling wine La Blanchett. To commemorate this historic moment Languedoc winemakers decided to call their winery Emery Sieur d'Arc.