This juicy blend of Braucol, Duras and Prunelart is a genre bending light red-slash-dark rose. The grapes are from Gaillac in Southwestern France. Braucol is a grape that channels major Carménère energy, and Duras is inky and dark. The fruit was harvested by hand and vinified separately prior to experiencing 24 hours of skin maceration and being fermented with indigenous yeast in stainless tanks where they rested for 9 months.
- The Plageoles family have been making wine for seven generations in their 23-hectare vineyard, and have been making wines featuring local Gaillac varieties.
- Robert Plageoles is one of the pioneers within the Gaillac region to bring back the indigenous grapes native to the region.
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