Languedoc Rosé 2014

Hecht & Bannier

Grapes are sourced from vineyards with soils rich in limestone and clay that border the Etang of Thau, and from schist-rich vineyards from the area around Saint Chinian. Syrah for this Rosé is picked slightly earlier than the rest in order to retain a higher acidity level.

Vinification: The ripe grapes are pressed and vinified exclusively in stainless steel vats.

Additional Information

"Our Languedoc Rosé is a fresh bunch of fruits; its blend is composed around of the floral Syrah of the altitude vineyards of Saint Chinian area, completed by the Grenache curve. Fresh Cinsault from the Gard district, with some gooseberry and Morello cherry, also gives vividness and finesse." -Gregory Hecht

Recent Press

  • Score: 88 Points

    Wine Image Wine Spectator Author: Kim Marcus
    Date: Wednesday, July 1, 2015

    "Crisp, with savory herb and stony mineral flavors, brightened by red berry and grapefruit rind notes. Offers an airy, fresh finish. Drink now."

  • Score: 87 Points

    Wine Image Vinous Author: Josh Raynolds
    Date: Wednesday, April 15, 2015

    "Vivid pink. Spice-accented cherry and raspberry on the fragrant nose and in the mouth. Supple and expansive, with a subtle touch of smokiness appearing on the back half. Shows a slightly rigid character on the finish, which leaves a note of bitter cherry behind."

    Grade: "The Rosé Roundup of 2015"

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