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Red Wine / France / Languedoc-Roussillon / Côtes Catalanes IGP / 16 % vol / 100% Syrah
Ranked by our clients in the TOP 100 Languedoc-Roussillon

SECRET DE SCHISTES 2019 - CHATEAU DE L'OU

0,75 L Red Wine / France / Languedoc-Roussillon / Côtes Catalanes IGP / 16 % vol / 100% Syrah

Powerful Aromatic 100 % Syrah
EU organic farming Independent winemakers
A rising star of Roussillon that meets with growing success vintage after vintage, both among consumers and with Robert Parker!
This cuvée hails from a mosaic schist terroir situated at an altitude of 325 metres. Developing in the midst of the garrigue, the Syrah has the benefit of the freshness of the summer nights to make its grapes ripen peacefully, and the light and wind to reinforce the concentration of its aromas. With notes of thyme, rockrose, rosemary and violet, Secret de Schistes is reserved for exceptional occasions and the most exquisite gastronomy.
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SECRET DE SCHISTES 2019 - CHATEAU DE L'OU
  Wine type
Fine wine
  Vintage
2019
  Grape Variety
100% Syrah
  Bio
EU organic farming
  Character
Powerful and generous red wine
  Style
Powerful
  Service Temperature
16-18°C
  Service
Open 1h before service
  Storage instructions
To drink or to store in cellar
  To drink from
2021
  To drink until
2029
  Food and wine matching
Red meat, White meat, Poultry, Game meat, Mushroom


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CHATEAU DE L'OU

The Château de L’Ou is above all a love story bringing together two enthusiasts of the land and the environment. Séverine, after growing up in Africa, returned to Bordeaux in her hometown to learn the wine-making profession. Very quickly, she became fascinated by the Roussillon terroirs and their constraints linked to the hot weather. Philippe, meanwhile, cut his teeth as an agronomist in Brazil before acquiring a wine estate near Perpignan and becoming one of the pioneers of organic viticulture. In 1998, the Château de L'Ou ("ou" means "the egg" in Catalan and refers to an ovoid resurgence in the past allowing mules and herds to drink from the region, a symbol inherited from the Templars who would have operated this property) only produced red wines in bulk. Today, the estate offers many cuvées of great finesse and attracting more and more interest from the press.

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