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C’ Nature 2020 - BIB 3L

For this wine, in a festive format, the grapes are coming from mountain plots in conversion to become organic. Blend of Syrah, Grenache Noir et Cinsault, C’ Nature presents a nice flavoured wine with an expressive palate of ripe black fruits and spices.

DOMAINE

The Domaine de Cazaban is situated in the foothills of the “Montagne Noire” (Black Mountain). The property consists of 27ha, of which 22ha are planted with vines. These vines are planted on fine soils of clay, limestone and schist which affords
the grapes an exceptional quality and diversity of style.

IN THE VINEYARD

The Domaine has been certified organic since 2007 with 17ha converted to biodynamic, gaining Demeter certification in 2013. All of the fertilizing treatments that are used are prepared on the Domaine using the Domaine’ own compost. Cow horn manure (500 P) and Silica (501) are applied on all vines. Any additional treatments that may be used comprise of nettles, horsetail and/or valerian. The vines are pruned depending on their variety in either the single guyot or goblet methods. A manual de-budding and removal of the suckers is done, and trimming (or topping) has been replaced with leaf trellising.

THE VINIFICATION PROCESS

For this wine, the grapes are coming from mountain plots in conversion to become organic. The grapes are sorted and de-stemmed before being put into the vat. The grapes are gravity fed to preserve the quality and purity of the fruit. The vinification then proceeds without any chemical, or oenological, intervention. The wines are allowed to follow nature’s course. The fermentation lasts two weeks and a low temperature of 20°C is maintained to ensure a slow extraction, without any punching down or pumping over. Packing takes place at the end of the second quarter, with no added sulphites.

TASTING NOTES

A garnet robe with a violet rim. C’ Nature presents a nice flavoured wine with an expressive palate of ripe black fruits and spices.

FOOD PAIRING

C’ Nature would beautifully partner a red meat or cheese.


  • BIB 3L
  • Vintage 2020
  • AOP Minervois
  • 55% Syrah, 35% Grenache Noir, 10% Cinsault
  • Soil type: Limestone and schists
  • 100% Hand-picked
  • No added sulphites

Hors Série n°1 2021

DOMAINE

The Domaine de Cazaban is situated in the foothills of the “Montagne Noire” (Black Mountain). The property consists of 27ha, of which 22ha are planted with vines. These vines are planted on soils of clay, limestone and schist which affords the grapes an exceptional quality and diversity of style.

IN THE VINEYARD

The Domaine has been certified organic since 2007 with 13Ha converted to biodynamic, gaining Demeter certification in 2013. All of the fertilizing treatments that are used are prepared on the Domaine using the Domaines’ own compost. Cow horn manure (500P) and silica (501) are applied on all vines. Any additional treatments that may be used comprise of nettles, horsetail and/or valerian. The vines are pruned depending on their variety in either the single guyot or goblet methods. A manual de-budding and removal of the suckers is done, and trimming (or topping) has been replaced with leaf trellising.

THE VINIFICATION PROCESS

After harvesting the grapes are immediately stored in the cold room at 6 ºC before pressing to attain the classic Hors Série No. 1 characteristics.

The bunches are pressed whole and without any maceration in order to maintain a light colour. The temperature in the tank is then reduced to 4ºC to let the pulp deposit solid elements.

The fermentation then starts when the temperature is raised to 18ºC. The vinification then proceeds without any chemical, or oenological, intervention. The wines are allowed to follow nature’s course. During the fermentation, temperatures are retained at 18 ºC to preserve freshness and aroma.

Hors Série No. 1 is bottled in the first quarter. Before bottling Hors Série No. 1 undergoes a light filtration with a minimal addition of sulphites to guarantee clarity and an optimal stability.

TASTING NOTES

Hors Série No. 1 is a refined style of rosé; subtle and delicate. A serious rosé for wine lovers, full of fruits and freshness.

FOOD PAIRING

Due to its crisp acidity and diverse aromatic pro?le Hors Série No. 1 will perfectly accompany summer meals of salads and barbecues.

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