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Gerard Bertrand Clos de Temple Rosé wine 2019

The Gerard Bertrand Clos de Temple Rose wine is a truly exquisite rosé, with precise aromas of ripe apricot and peach complemented by hints of spice. Perfectly balanced, with extraordinary aromatic freshness.

Producer Note - Award-winning winemaker Gérard Bertrand owns numerous estates among the most prestigious crus of Languedoc-Roussillon. Gérard’s vision for Clos du Temple is to create a Grand Cru rosé from the Languedoc. Located in the heart of the region, Clos du Temple is crafted from the historic terroir of Cabrières, where eight hectares of vines are divided into a mosaic of seven small plots, farmed following biodynamic principles. Very old Cinsault, Grenache Noir and Syrah vines are perfectly suited to the well-draining, well exposed schist soils, while Viognier and Mourvèdre add complexity to the wine. This unique blend is designed to mirror a temple: Grenache acts as the foundations, old vine Cinsault and Syrah add columns and walls with sublime touches of Mourvèdre and Viognier as the dome.

Vintage - 2019 marks a return to a more Mediterranean profile than the previous year. There was less rain than in 2018; the rain fell mainly in autumn and winter, with a marked absence during the summer which experienced a series of heatwaves. Managing the water levels was a key issue in the vineyards. Mild temperatures in winter and spring resulted in early budding, which required protection from frost using special candles. Timely spring showers guaranteed a good supply of minerals essential for the growth and development of the leaf canopy. Flowering, véraison and ripening were all delayed by seven to 10 days compared to 2018. The vines were in excellent health at harvest and the grapes reached good levels of maturity, these details are what makes the Gerard Bertrand Clos de Temple Rosé a truly magnificent wine.

Vineyard - The terroir draws its singularity from its geology: schist and limestone soils have combined with the hilly terrain to create a complex subterranean water network that provides an exceptionally natural and pure water supply to nourish the vines. The vineyard’s altitude of 240 metres provides balancing freshness to the southern/south- western exposure which leads to good fruit concentration. Following biodynamic principles, horses and mules are used to strengthen the connection between minerals, plants, animals and humans. Each plot of vines, including old vine Syrah and Grenache (30 years) and Cinsault (50 years), is manually harvested at optimal maturity. The grapes are picked at sunrise taking advantage of lower temperatures, thus reducing oxidation. They are immediately transported to the winery which is in the heart of the vineyard to retain the high quality of the fruit.

Winemaking - The small bunches from each plot were pressed separately at low temperatures to preserve the freshness, flavour and aromas and to obtain the delicate pale colour. Only the finest, free-run juice was selected. Fermentation took place at 8 to 10°C with selected yeasts. Following fermentation, the wine was racked and clarified via gravity for 24 hours, without the addition of sulphur. The wine was matured in new barrels for six months, with bâtonnage adding texture and complexity.

Tasting Note - A truly exquisite rosé, with precise aromas of ripe apricot, peach, delicate floral notes, spice and hints of mild tobacco. Perfectly balanced with extraordinary aromatic freshness, the creamy texture is stylishly interwoven with minerality through to a long, elegant finish.

Winemaker: Gérard Bertrand

Region: Languedoc- Roussillon

Sub region: Cabrières

Country: France

Alcohol: 13%

Dry/Sweet value: 1 (1 is dry, 7 is very sweet)

Residual Sugar: 0.9

Contains Sulphites: Yes

Vegetarian/Vegan:Yes/Yes

Milk/Eggs: No/No

Organic: Yes

Biodynamic: Yes

 

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Gerard Bertrand Clos de Temple Rosé wine 2019

The Gerard Bertrand Clos de Temple Rose wine is a truly exquisite rosé, with precise aromas of ripe apricot and peach complemented by hints of spice. Perfectly balanced, with extraordinary aromatic freshness.

Producer Note - Award-winning winemaker Gérard Bertrand owns numerous estates among the most prestigious crus of Languedoc-Roussillon. Gérard’s vision for Clos du Temple is to create a Grand Cru rosé from the Languedoc. Located in the heart of the region, Clos du Temple is crafted from the historic terroir of Cabrières, where eight hectares of vines are divided into a mosaic of seven small plots, farmed following biodynamic principles. Very old Cinsault, Grenache Noir and Syrah vines are perfectly suited to the well-draining, well exposed schist soils, while Viognier and Mourvèdre add complexity to the wine. This unique blend is designed to mirror a temple: Grenache acts as the foundations, old vine Cinsault and Syrah add columns and walls with sublime touches of Mourvèdre and Viognier as the dome.

Vintage - 2019 marks a return to a more Mediterranean profile than the previous year. There was less rain than in 2018; the rain fell mainly in autumn and winter, with a marked absence during the summer which experienced a series of heatwaves. Managing the water levels was a key issue in the vineyards. Mild temperatures in winter and spring resulted in early budding, which required protection from frost using special candles. Timely spring showers guaranteed a good supply of minerals essential for the growth and development of the leaf canopy. Flowering, véraison and ripening were all delayed by seven to 10 days compared to 2018. The vines were in excellent health at harvest and the grapes reached good levels of maturity, these details are what makes the Gerard Bertrand Clos de Temple Rosé a truly magnificent wine.

Vineyard - The terroir draws its singularity from its geology: schist and limestone soils have combined with the hilly terrain to create a complex subterranean water network that provides an exceptionally natural and pure water supply to nourish the vines. The vineyard’s altitude of 240 metres provides balancing freshness to the southern/south- western exposure which leads to good fruit concentration. Following biodynamic principles, horses and mules are used to strengthen the connection between minerals, plants, animals and humans. Each plot of vines, including old vine Syrah and Grenache (30 years) and Cinsault (50 years), is manually harvested at optimal maturity. The grapes are picked at sunrise taking advantage of lower temperatures, thus reducing oxidation. They are immediately transported to the winery which is in the heart of the vineyard to retain the high quality of the fruit.

Winemaking - The small bunches from each plot were pressed separately at low temperatures to preserve the freshness, flavour and aromas and to obtain the delicate pale colour. Only the finest, free-run juice was selected. Fermentation took place at 8 to 10°C with selected yeasts. Following fermentation, the wine was racked and clarified via gravity for 24 hours, without the addition of sulphur. The wine was matured in new barrels for six months, with bâtonnage adding texture and complexity.

Tasting Note - A truly exquisite rosé, with precise aromas of ripe apricot, peach, delicate floral notes, spice and hints of mild tobacco. Perfectly balanced with extraordinary aromatic freshness, the creamy texture is stylishly interwoven with minerality through to a long, elegant finish.

Winemaker: Gérard Bertrand

Region: Languedoc- Roussillon

Sub region: Cabrières

Country: France

Alcohol: 13%

Dry/Sweet value: 1 (1 is dry, 7 is very sweet)

Residual Sugar: 0.9

Contains Sulphites: Yes

Vegetarian/Vegan:Yes/Yes

Milk/Eggs: No/No

Organic: Yes

Biodynamic: Yes

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Gerard Bertrand Clos de Temple Rosé wine 2019

The Gerard Bertrand Clos de Temple Rose wine is a truly exquisite rosé, with precise aromas of ripe apricot and peach complemented by hints of spice. Perfectly balanced, with extraordinary aromatic freshness.

Producer Note - Award-winning winemaker Gérard Bertrand owns numerous estates among the most prestigious crus of Languedoc-Roussillon. Gérard’s vision for Clos du Temple is to create a Grand Cru rosé from the Languedoc. Located in the heart of the region, Clos du Temple is crafted from the historic terroir of Cabrières, where eight hectares of vines are divided into a mosaic of seven small plots, farmed following biodynamic principles. Very old Cinsault, Grenache Noir and Syrah vines are perfectly suited to the well-draining, well exposed schist soils, while Viognier and Mourvèdre add complexity to the wine. This unique blend is designed to mirror a temple: Grenache acts as the foundations, old vine Cinsault and Syrah add columns and walls with sublime touches of Mourvèdre and Viognier as the dome.

Vintage - 2019 marks a return to a more Mediterranean profile than the previous year. There was less rain than in 2018; the rain fell mainly in autumn and winter, with a marked absence during the summer which experienced a series of heatwaves. Managing the water levels was a key issue in the vineyards. Mild temperatures in winter and spring resulted in early budding, which required protection from frost using special candles. Timely spring showers guaranteed a good supply of minerals essential for the growth and development of the leaf canopy. Flowering, véraison and ripening were all delayed by seven to 10 days compared to 2018. The vines were in excellent health at harvest and the grapes reached good levels of maturity, these details are what makes the Gerard Bertrand Clos de Temple Rosé a truly magnificent wine.

Vineyard - The terroir draws its singularity from its geology: schist and limestone soils have combined with the hilly terrain to create a complex subterranean water network that provides an exceptionally natural and pure water supply to nourish the vines. The vineyard’s altitude of 240 metres provides balancing freshness to the southern/south- western exposure which leads to good fruit concentration. Following biodynamic principles, horses and mules are used to strengthen the connection between minerals, plants, animals and humans. Each plot of vines, including old vine Syrah and Grenache (30 years) and Cinsault (50 years), is manually harvested at optimal maturity. The grapes are picked at sunrise taking advantage of lower temperatures, thus reducing oxidation. They are immediately transported to the winery which is in the heart of the vineyard to retain the high quality of the fruit.

Winemaking - The small bunches from each plot were pressed separately at low temperatures to preserve the freshness, flavour and aromas and to obtain the delicate pale colour. Only the finest, free-run juice was selected. Fermentation took place at 8 to 10°C with selected yeasts. Following fermentation, the wine was racked and clarified via gravity for 24 hours, without the addition of sulphur. The wine was matured in new barrels for six months, with bâtonnage adding texture and complexity.

Tasting Note - A truly exquisite rosé, with precise aromas of ripe apricot, peach, delicate floral notes, spice and hints of mild tobacco. Perfectly balanced with extraordinary aromatic freshness, the creamy texture is stylishly interwoven with minerality through to a long, elegant finish.

Winemaker: Gérard Bertrand

Region: Languedoc- Roussillon

Sub region: Cabrières

Country: France

Alcohol: 13%

Dry/Sweet value: 1 (1 is dry, 7 is very sweet)

Residual Sugar: 0.9

Contains Sulphites: Yes

Vegetarian/Vegan:Yes/Yes

Milk/Eggs: No/No

Organic: Yes

Biodynamic: Yes

 

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Gerard Bertrand Clos de Temple Rosé wine

Product Code: 5691919A
Brand: Gerard Bertrand wines
Stock Status: in stock
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Gerard Bertrand Clos de Temple Rosé wine 2019

The Gerard Bertrand Clos de Temple Rose wine is a truly exquisite rosé, with precise aromas of ripe apricot and peach complemented by hints of spice. Perfectly balanced, with extraordinary aromatic freshness.

Producer Note - Award-winning winemaker Gérard Bertrand owns numerous estates among the most prestigious crus of Languedoc-Roussillon. Gérard’s vision for Clos du Temple is to create a Grand Cru rosé from the Languedoc. Located in the heart of the region, Clos du Temple is crafted from the historic terroir of Cabrières, where eight hectares of vines are divided into a mosaic of seven small plots, farmed following biodynamic principles. Very old Cinsault, Grenache Noir and Syrah vines are perfectly suited to the well-draining, well exposed schist soils, while Viognier and Mourvèdre add complexity to the wine. This unique blend is designed to mirror a temple: Grenache acts as the foundations, old vine Cinsault and Syrah add columns and walls with sublime touches of Mourvèdre and Viognier as the dome.

Vintage - 2019 marks a return to a more Mediterranean profile than the previous year. There was less rain than in 2018; the rain fell mainly in autumn and winter, with a marked absence during the summer which experienced a series of heatwaves. Managing the water levels was a key issue in the vineyards. Mild temperatures in winter and spring resulted in early budding, which required protection from frost using special candles. Timely spring showers guaranteed a good supply of minerals essential for the growth and development of the leaf canopy. Flowering, véraison and ripening were all delayed by seven to 10 days compared to 2018. The vines were in excellent health at harvest and the grapes reached good levels of maturity, these details are what makes the Gerard Bertrand Clos de Temple Rosé a truly magnificent wine.

Vineyard - The terroir draws its singularity from its geology: schist and limestone soils have combined with the hilly terrain to create a complex subterranean water network that provides an exceptionally natural and pure water supply to nourish the vines. The vineyard’s altitude of 240 metres provides balancing freshness to the southern/south- western exposure which leads to good fruit concentration. Following biodynamic principles, horses and mules are used to strengthen the connection between minerals, plants, animals and humans. Each plot of vines, including old vine Syrah and Grenache (30 years) and Cinsault (50 years), is manually harvested at optimal maturity. The grapes are picked at sunrise taking advantage of lower temperatures, thus reducing oxidation. They are immediately transported to the winery which is in the heart of the vineyard to retain the high quality of the fruit.

Winemaking - The small bunches from each plot were pressed separately at low temperatures to preserve the freshness, flavour and aromas and to obtain the delicate pale colour. Only the finest, free-run juice was selected. Fermentation took place at 8 to 10°C with selected yeasts. Following fermentation, the wine was racked and clarified via gravity for 24 hours, without the addition of sulphur. The wine was matured in new barrels for six months, with bâtonnage adding texture and complexity.

Tasting Note - A truly exquisite rosé, with precise aromas of ripe apricot, peach, delicate floral notes, spice and hints of mild tobacco. Perfectly balanced with extraordinary aromatic freshness, the creamy texture is stylishly interwoven with minerality through to a long, elegant finish.

Winemaker: Gérard Bertrand

Region: Languedoc- Roussillon

Sub region: Cabrières

Country: France

Alcohol: 13%

Dry/Sweet value: 1 (1 is dry, 7 is very sweet)

Residual Sugar: 0.9

Contains Sulphites: Yes

Vegetarian/Vegan:Yes/Yes

Milk/Eggs: No/No

Organic: Yes

Biodynamic: Yes

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