History and terroir :
Since Antiquity, Merlot has been grown in the Gironde and Languedoc Roussillon, where it has become increasingly popular. In fact, it is here that Merlot finds the conditions most favourable to higher quality. The surface area planted in the French vineyards is now in excess of 100,000 hectares, approximately 30,000 of which is in Languedoc Roussillon, from where this Merlot Vin de Pays d'Oc comes.
A cherry red colour with plum-coloured tints, this wine has a harmonious nose that reveals kirsch and red berry aromas. Full-bodied and aromatic, with fine, fruity tannins. A pleasing wine that won’t disappoint, even after it has just been opened. Young, well-balanced and made with very typical grapes. It will gain in length and smoothness as it ages. We recommend to taste this wine at 14-15 °C.
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