FAT BASTARD - Pinot Noir, Languedoc, France

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RH60
Vintage: 2019

FAT BASTARD - PINOT NOIR - LANGUEDOC, FRANCE

Bright, ruby red color with intense and elegant notes of crushed strawberries followed by a long, persistent finish. A delicious wine that marries well with white meats such as chicken, veal, pork, a wide variety of cheeses, and fresh salads.

Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

$32.00
Country FRANCE Region Languedoc Grape Varietal Pinot Noir

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Bright, ruby red color with intense and elegant notes of crushed strawberries followed by a long, persistent finish. A delicious wine that marries well with white meats such as chicken, veal, pork, a wide variety of cheeses, and fresh salads. Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat A delicious wine that marries well with white meats such as chicken, veal, pork
  • Cheese A wide variety of cheeses
  • Others Fresh salads

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Product Type Red Wine
Grape Varietal Pinot Noir
Vintage 2019
Region Languedoc
Country FRANCE
Winemakers Véronique Torcolacci
Producer Gabriel Meffre Winery
Average age of vines 10-20 years
Harvest method Mecanical
Fermentation & maceration Fermentation of the juices with two pumping-overs a day during around one week. A period of maceration occurs under controlled temperature at 27°C to extract the best of the aromas.
Aging 1/4 of the wine is aged for 6 to 10 months in oak before blending and bottling.
SKU RH60

Vineyard Info

The story of the Gabriel Meffre Winery began in 1936, when Gabriel and his wife, both passionate about wine, created their ‘Négociant-Vinificateur’ business in Gigondas. More than 80 years later, the family business has built on its strong foundations and has established its reputation as a leading Winery in the southern Rhone Valley.

FAT BASTARD, an international succes.. After a decade of world travel, Thierry Boudinaud returned to France in 1998 as head winemaker at Gabriel Meffre. He was working with his friend Guy Anderson, attempting to craft a unique wines from Southern France. After tasting hundreds of barrel samples, one fine day, upon tasting a wine from a Chardonnay barrel that was left on lees, Thierry knew that they had finally found something special and he proclaimed that it was a real “fat bastard" ...and a legend was born.

Proud of our french roots, we often imagine this cute hippo decorating the royal gardens of Marie-Antoinette and even becoming the French national emblem ! We selected the grapes for our FAT BASTARD Pinot Noir in the heart of the rich terroir of Languedoc (South of France). Between the Mediterranean Sea in the South and the foothills of the Massif Central in the North, the vines thrive in an ideal environment offering soils and climates particularly diversified.

Description

Bright, ruby red color with intense and elegant notes of crushed strawberries followed by a long, persistent finish. A delicious wine that marries well with white meats such as chicken, veal, pork, a wide variety of cheeses, and fresh salads. Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat A delicious wine that marries well with white meats such as chicken, veal, pork
  • Cheese A wide variety of cheeses
  • Others Fresh salads

Awards

More Information
Product Type Red Wine
Grape Varietal Pinot Noir
Vintage 2019
Region Languedoc
Country FRANCE
Winemakers Véronique Torcolacci
Producer Gabriel Meffre Winery
Average age of vines 10-20 years
Harvest method Mecanical
Fermentation & maceration Fermentation of the juices with two pumping-overs a day during around one week. A period of maceration occurs under controlled temperature at 27°C to extract the best of the aromas.
Aging 1/4 of the wine is aged for 6 to 10 months in oak before blending and bottling.
SKU RH60

The story of the Gabriel Meffre Winery began in 1936, when Gabriel and his wife, both passionate about wine, created their ‘Négociant-Vinificateur’ business in Gigondas. More than 80 years later, the family business has built on its strong foundations and has established its reputation as a leading Winery in the southern Rhone Valley.

FAT BASTARD, an international succes.. After a decade of world travel, Thierry Boudinaud returned to France in 1998 as head winemaker at Gabriel Meffre. He was working with his friend Guy Anderson, attempting to craft a unique wines from Southern France. After tasting hundreds of barrel samples, one fine day, upon tasting a wine from a Chardonnay barrel that was left on lees, Thierry knew that they had finally found something special and he proclaimed that it was a real “fat bastard" ...and a legend was born.

Proud of our french roots, we often imagine this cute hippo decorating the royal gardens of Marie-Antoinette and even becoming the French national emblem ! We selected the grapes for our FAT BASTARD Pinot Noir in the heart of the rich terroir of Languedoc (South of France). Between the Mediterranean Sea in the South and the foothills of the Massif Central in the North, the vines thrive in an ideal environment offering soils and climates particularly diversified.