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2020 Domaine Clos de la Barthassade, Cuvee H, Languedoc

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2020 Domaine Clos de la Barthassade, Cuvee H, Languedoc

Regular price $21
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Cuvee H is a blend of 15% Mourvèdre from La Barthassade vineyard on the stony terraces of Montpeyroux, 70% Syrah from the Le Bois de Paulhau vineyard, and 15% Grenache from the Combariolles vineyard in Jonquières. The vinification process is very gentle, only 50% whole cluster and the wine is aged for ten months in 80% stainless steel tanks and 20% barriques.

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Somehow the Languedoc is one of the few remaining wine regions where both the vignerons and the consumers can consistently find a strong value-to-quality ratio, despite being home to legends like Mas de Daumas Gassac, so called the "Lafite of the Languedoc". Guillaume and Hélène Baron were drawn to the region's potential, purchasing a 25-acre plot in 2014.

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Guillaume has found incredible potential in the Rhône varietals such as Syrah, Grenache and Mourvedre among others, eschewing the notion that wines from the Languedoc need to be rustic; much the opposite - the duo has crafted Rhône-like wines highlighted by their use of whole-cluster fermentations and gentle pump-overs to allow flavor development without harsh tannins. Les Ouvrées is half Syrah, with 35% Mourvedre and the rest Grenache, harvested from LImestone soils topped with sand and clay. Silky in texture with a broad spectrum of dark fruit aromas, hints of spice and beautiful lift. 

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Domaine Clos de la Barthassade

Somehow the Languedoc is one of the few remaining wine regions where both the vignerons and the consumers can consistently find a strong value-to-quality ratio, despite being home to legends like Mas de Daumas Gassac, so called the "Lafite of the Languedoc". Guillaume and Hélène Baron were drawn to the region's potential, purchasing a 25-acre plot in 2014.

Guillaume has found incredible potential in the Rhône varietals such as Syrah, Grenache and Mourvedre among others, eschewing the notion that wines from the Languedoc need to be rustic; much the opposite - the duo has crafted Rhône-like wines highlighted by their use of whole-cluster fermentations and gentle pump-overs to allow flavor development without harsh tannins. Les Ouvrées is half Syrah, with 35% Mourvedre and the rest Grenache, harvested from LImestone soils topped with sand and clay. Silky in texture with a broad spectrum of dark fruit aromas, hints of spice and beautiful lift. 

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