STORY: The Béraut family is happy about the privilege of being able to make a living from winegrowing in Montréal-du-Gers for more than 300 years.
VINIFICATION: After the selective harvest, the grapes are gently pressed and fermented in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks. Matured deliberately without the use of wood, this drop is full of fruit and refreshing liveliness.
AROMA: light brass tone, diverse, stimulating fragrance (citrus fruits, blossoms)
RATING: Fresh on the palate with great acid-supported fruit and aromatics.
SERVING RECOMMENDATION: Ideal as an aperitif, with appetizers, mussels and poultry dishes
For more than 300 years, the Beraut family has lived and worked from viticulture in Montreal du-Gers. With a lot of diligence and considerable skill, the brothers Martin and Mathieu produce vintage after vintage in their vineyards, which are both first-class and inexpensive country wines. Their vines play a crucial role in this. They produce grapes of the Colombard, Ugni blanc, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc varieties, which are extremely healthy and have a concentrated aroma, from which the white wine of the estate is made. The Béraut family is happy to have the privilege of being able to make a living from winegrowing in Montréal-du-Gers for more than 300 years. Less than two kilometers away is the Gallo-Roman archaeological site of Seviac, which, with its mosaics, bears witness to a 2000-year-old wine-growing tradition. The vineyards of the Bérauts extend around the legendary Château de Pellehaut, whose name is derived from the Roman word "pila" and referred to a particularly powerful spear. The brothers Martin and Mathieu also have this power. With the Fönals blowing down from the Pyrenees, allies, iron will and an armada of sunshine, they have managed to spearhead the most popular Gascony wines.
|Domaine de Pellehaut, Le Petit Pellehaut, 32250 Montreal France
|11.0 percent by volume
|Country of origin:
|Chardonnay, Ugni Blanc, Colombard, Sauvignon
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