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The 2005 vintage is a rich, sweet, honeyed, apricot/peachy Muscat de Lunel with plenty of punch, gobs of fruit, and superb purity. Think of it as the Languedoc-Roussillon's answer to the Rhône Valley's lovely Muscat Beaumes de Venise. This outstanding organically run estate in southern France continues to turn out wines that may well lack a prestigious appellation but they are of impeccably high quality, as well as extremely fairly priced.
The Rosanna cuvée is best served after dinner or with desserts.
Year in year out Château Grès Saint Paul produce a succession of great wines of true value, which if tasted blind amongst some of the better known wines of the Rhône selling at four and five times the price they would be in the top selection from virtually every vintage. The two partners of the Château, Jean-Philippe Servière and Philippe Salasc are without doubt two of the finest life loving and generous people one could ever wish to meet, totally committed to producing the finest wines available throughout the Languedoc region. The legion of awards won over the past decade stands as testament both to their artistic skill and their stoic workmanship.
Yields: 20 Hl/Ha
Terroir: Villafranchien (pebbly and gravelly). Deep and poor soils
Microclimate: cool microclimate at an altitude of 50 meters
Vinification: - Complete de-stemming, direct pressing followed by a racking of the must at low temperature (6°°C) during 24 hours.
- Slow fermentation at low temperature (14°°C) then mutage (alcohol addition) to obtain a rate of 125 grams of natural sugars.
Ageing: Maturing in stainless steel tank with a stirring of the fine lees each month