Bright colour, slightly salmoned with silver reflections. The nose is vibrant and mineral, offering an intense aromatic. The mouth is full, round, and with a salty taste that lengthen the wine deeply.
Appellation : AOP Côtes du Roussillon.
Varieties: 45% Grenache Gris, 45% Grenache noir, 10% Macabeu.
Yield : 40hl/ha.
Average age of the vines: 60 years old.
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The freshness of the Gallica is perfect with fine and gourmet dishes. ou can also savour it with a eggplants caviar, sautéed gambas or a grilled sole.
Marble schists and quartz soils from the Aspres terroir located at around 300m high.
Hand harvest between mid-September and the end of September. The grapes are gently pressed. The juices are blended together and then aged on lees at 0°C for 3 weeks. Ageing on fine lees for 3 months.