AOC Gaillac ancestrale Brut method

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This wine is very pleasant as an aperitif or with a tangerine liqueur. It goes well with fairly sweet desserts. It can also accompany an entire meal, for lovers of bubbles.

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Technical information

Grape varieties
60% Loin de l'Oeil, 40% Mauzac 20% Sauvignon
Age of the vines
40 to 80 years for the Mauzac, 25 years for the other two
Yield
40 hl per hectare
Harvesting
The harvest is carried out manually in crates to avoid compacting the grapes as much as possible. The main priority remains quality.
Vinification
The traditional method is made in the same way as champagne. In the past, we called this product the "méthode champenoise".
We start with a still wine (dry white) that we bottle, adding yeast and sugar.
For 9 months, the legally required period, the yeasts will start a second fermentation which will give us the bubbles: this is the prise de mousse.
Disgorging will remove the dead yeast in the neck of the bottle.
Then, depending on the desired final product (extra dry, brut, demi-sec), the expedition liqueur is added to measure the final product.

Tasting

Visual
Pale yellow colour. Clear and bright. Long and fine bubbles.
Olfactory
Pleasant and fine nose. The aromas are of white flowers and white-fleshed fruit.
Taste
Clear and pleasant opening. The bubbles are all in finesse. A fresh finish.
Ageing
The bubbles may be kept for 2 years.
Food and wine pairing
This wine is very pleasant as an aperitif or with a mandarin liqueur. It goes well with desserts that are quite sweet.
It can also accompany an entire meal, for lovers of bubbles!
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Data sheet

Grape variety
Loin de L’oeil
Mauzac
Sauvignon

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AOC Gaillac ancestrale Brut method

This wine is very pleasant as an aperitif or with a tangerine liqueur. It goes well with fairly sweet desserts. It can also accompany an entire meal, for lovers of bubbles.

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