Château Lestignac, Vin de France, Les Brûmes 2019, Hors les Murs, (Moelleux)


Even when you aren’t liking sweet wines you will like this a little bit sweet wine made from grapes out of Bergerac and Gasgony, apéritif or the best one with foie gras (moelleux)

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Camille and Mathias Marquet of Château Lestignac are the wizards of the Bergerac region! Working already for more than 10 year Biodynamic, with 100% natural vinification, 100% expression of the terroir and an almost Burgundy style in taste, juicy, powerful and mineral. They are not afraid to experiment.

Region: Bergerac/ Gers, Vin de France

Millésime: 2018

Grape variety and soil: 40% Petit Manseng (Domaine Du Petit Moura Larressingle, Gers) 40% Sémillon et 20% Trebbiano (Ugni Blanc) by Lestignac , Argilo Calcaire (Clay with Limestone) Hors les Murs means Vin de Negoce grapes are bought from other organic producers

Taste: A little bit sweet (moelleux) very fine bouquet of very ripe fruit like pears and apples with a exotic tough, some nice green notes and a nice minerality, rich and complex juice, long aftertaste

Wine pairing: apéritif with friends, charcuterie, and very fine with a good foie gras

Serving Temperature: 10-12 c, medium/ big sized white wine glass. Open 1 hour in advance or decant before serving. drink now or keep untill 2022 (cool cellar)

Vinification: Natural vinification all 3 grape variaties seperate, on concrete and sainless steel, not filtered, very low amont of sulphites added before botteling SO2 total<25mg Alcohol content: 13,5%

Culture: Natural and Biodynamic, no certification

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