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Château Maris, Las Combes, 2017

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Château Maris, Las Combes, 2017
Produced from 100 % Grenache grapes from 50 year old vines cultivated with bio-dynamic methods. The nose develops notes of black fruit, elderberry, grenada, and chocolate... promising a rich, full bodied wine on the palate. An exceptionally dense, complex wine... Prix d'Excellence in the 2011 Vinalies wine competition organised by the association of French Enologists.
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Additional Information

Appellation Minervois-La Livinière
millesime 2010
cepage Grenache
Potentiel de garde jusquà 10 ans
Revues et Concours Prix Excellence au Concours Vinalies des Oenologues de France 2011;
Contenance 75cl
Degré alc. 15%vol. Sucre résiduels 3.5g/l Acidité totale 3.66g PH 3.57
Accords Chapon aux marrons, oie rôtie...
Vinification -
bio Yes
Allergen Contains sulfites


Château Maris is located in the heart of the Minervois area between Carcassonne and Béziers, in the south of the Languedoc-Roussillon region. The vineyard benefits from excellent natural conditions of production with stony soil and a warm, Mediterranean climate. The garrigue-type heath land 'isolating' the vines and the biodynamic techniques used enable a natural balance between the vineyard and the complex surrounding ecological environment. Each day, Robert Eden, owner of Château Maris, and his team concentrate their efforts on producing aromatic, elegant wines. Their priority is to ensure the environmental health of the vineyard for future generations by using organic and bio-dynamic methods of cultivation. An ecological approach has also conditioned the choices made for the domaine's wine making. New cellars have been constructed to enable the use of modern technology in association with traditional enological methods. The brick structure, isolated with hemp and lime, is sustained by a timber frame and most of the materials used are recyclable.