Domaine Ricardelle de Lautrec "IGP Pays d'Oc Pinot Noir Rosé" 2020

100% Pinot noir
A still pink wine from the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France.


Intriguing. Balsamic herbs and white peach.

Tasting Notes

This Pinot Noir Rosé 2020 has a beautiful strawberry water colour.

On the nose it makes you think. It’s herbaceous and juicy.

The bouquet shows balsamic herbs, red apple, white peach juice.

The mouthfeel is round, with a touch of tannins and nice acidity.

On the palate it’s juicy. The white peach note and the herbaceousness come back on the mouth too.

The finish is medium long.

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Score 90

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Domaine Ricardelle de Lautrec "IGP Pays d'Oc Pinot Noir Rosé" 2020
IGP Pays d'Oc Pinot Noir Rosé (2020) Review
Estate making IGP Pays d'Oc Pinot Noir Rosé Estate Domaine Ricardelle de Lautrec
IGP Pays d'Oc Pinot Noir Rosé (2020) Label IGP Pays d'Oc Pinot Noir Rosé
Style of IGP Pays d'Oc Pinot Noir Rosé Style Pink & Still
Country of Domaine Ricardelle de Lautrec Country France
Region of Domaine Ricardelle de Lautrec Region Languedoc-Roussillon
Grape blend of IGP Pays d'Oc Pinot Noir Rosé Grapes Pinot noir
Vintage of IGP Pays d'Oc Pinot Noir Rosé Vintage 2020
My review of IGP Pays d'Oc Pinot Noir Rosé Points
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Domaine Ricardelle de Lautrec

Domaine Ricardelle de Lautrec is located in the Languedoc wine region of France. It’s not at all far from the sea and a stone’s throw from the border with Spain.

Domaine Ricardelle de Lautrec went organic twenty years ago, one of the pioneer estates in the region. It has also recently started to vinify natural wines with no added sulphites. The decision came from Lionel, the estate owner. Being Lionel sensitive to sulphites himself, he decided to experiment making wine without any amount added.

The test was successful and that’s how the estate started making natural wines for its client as well as for the family’s consumption!

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Pinot noir

Red wine grape variety

Pinot noir is a type of red wine grape that belongs to the Vitis vinifera genus. It’s also probable that the name refers to wines produced mainly from Pinot noir grapes. The name comes from the words “pine” and “black” in French. The name pine refers to the grape variety’s tightly clustered, pine cone-shaped fruit bunches.

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