Languedoc Rosé 2017

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

Floral and spicy expression with ripe raspberry, a round palate with flavors of cherry and lifted by bright pineapple. Strawberry, watermelon and pomegranate nuances abound in this delectable crispy and dry wine that pairs with just about anything.

Technical Details

  • Appellation: Languedoc
  • Winemaker: Gregory Hecht & Francois Bannier
  • Sustainability: Sustainable Practices
  • Soil: Limestone, Clay
  • Alcohol: 12.5%
  • Varietals: 40% Syrah, 35% Cinsault, 25% Grenache

Recent Press

  • Score: 89 Points

    Vinous Author: Josh Raynolds
    Date: Wednesday, June 20, 2018
    Light brilliant orange. Ripe red berries, orange zest and subtle floral and herbal notes on the fragrant nose. Supple and open-knit, showing good depth to the gently sweet raspberry and tangerine flavors. The floral notes comes back on the smooth, nicely persistent finish, which features a touch of bitter orange pith.

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