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  • La Nouvelle Donne Graceland 2014 La Nouvelle Donne Graceland 2014

Graceland 2014 - La Nouvelle Don(n)e - Côtes-du-Roussillon Villages AOP

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Fin du millésime, limité à 1 bouteille par client

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Cuvee informations :
Color : Red
Cuvee's name : Graceland
Vintage : 2014
Producer : La Nouvelle Don(n)e
Grape varieties : 100% Mourvèdre
Capacity : 75 cl bottle
Note Bettane: 16
Viticulture Biologique

Details

A rarity!

This wine varietal (0%mourvedre) is produced that in some years (20-20).

A freshness and an exceptional concentration, she has been drawn on the vintage 20 to 600 copies and only 36 magnums.

Parcel of Mourvèdre exposed to the West. Planted in 1973 behind the Mas of the Dona (Calce).
High 9 months under old wood and bottled by gravity without gluing or filtration.

Wilfried Vallat has first worked as an academic in biochemistry before turning to oenology in 2004.
Formed in Burgundy, from Meo-Camuzet Clos Salomon and field Joblot, he took over in 2007 vines of 5 ha quasi as a wasteland to Calce, playground Gauby and Pithon.
The work in the vineyard is therefore, minimizing human action in winemaking, to respect results of the organic viticulture.

Additional Information

Product reference 7391
Type of products Wines
Vintage 2014
Country France
Region Roussillon
Appellation Côtes-du-Roussillon Villages AOP
Cuvee's name Graceland
Title supplement Note Bettane: 16
Speciality No
Stock information Fin du millésime, limité à 1 bouteille par client
Producer La Nouvelle Don(n)e
Capacity 75 cl bottle
Sweetness index No
Main style Complete - Harmonious
Alcohol Percent 13
Grape varieties 100% Mourvèdre
Main grape variety Mourvèdre
Production limitée No
Box type 6
Box type No
Organic wines Organic
Color Red
Consumption recommendation 2017 à 2030