Domaine Matha, AOC Marcillac, Laïris 2016


Now something different, a Glou Glou from local Mansois or Fer Savadou from the steep hills of Marcillac, fruit and more fruit, terroir, fine and elegant tannic structure, low in alcohol only 11,5%

Organic Farming and natural vinification,

92/100 La Revue du Vin de France, Green Guide 2021

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Jean-Luc Matha creates very fine and pure Organic Wine’s from the local grape Mansois on the steep slopes of the Marcillac wine region situated in the most eastern part of the South West of France near the volcanic plateau of the Auvergne

Region: Sud-Ouest, AOC Marcillac

Millésime: 2016

Grape variety and soil: 100% Mansois, (same grape as Fer Savadou Bergerac/Bordeaux ou Braucol Gaillac) 38hl/ha, Hand picked Soil, Argilo Calcaire

Taste: Deep black and red fruits like black berries, pomegranate, complex and layered but easy to drink. Fine acidity and tannic structure. Medium body in a juicy style with freshness good lenght with some minerals

Wine pairing: Serious daily red wine, to drink with friends with charcuterie and cheese platter, duckbreast and other red meats, bbq

Serving Temperature: 14-16 c, medium or big sized red wine glass type Burgundy. Open in advance or decant 1 hourbefore serving aging potential: 2024-2026

Vinification: Natural closed vinification with local yeasts in stainless steel, riping in big vats, no oak low in SO2 <40 mg total, alcohol content: 11,5%

Culture: Organic label AB

La Revue du Vin de France: 92/100 Guide Vert 2021, The Domaine is mentioned in the Green Guide



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