Jerome Bezios took over the family estates about 20 years ago. Since then, he has deeply invested in new technologies (temperature control, filtration…), in traditional methods (manual harvest, work on the soil…) and in a competent team in order to tend to an optimal quality as much in the production than the winemaking. « La Croix des Marchands » extends over 30 hectares on a gravel soil.The vines produce a wine fruity and spicy, very representative of the appellation. Their historical location provides evidence of a wine-producing activity dating back more than two thousand years!
Region : South West
Appellation : Gaillac
Grape Variety : 50% Syrah – 50% Gamay
Colour : Red
Agricultural practices : Sustainable wine
ABV : 12%
Ageing : Rosé elaborate exclusively from “saignées”.Vinified at low temperature with CO2 to preserve the freshness and the aromatic potential.
Tasting notes: Pale and light color. The nose develop red berries aroma which open after to pepper. The attack is acidic and present a great balance finishing on nice fruity aromas.
Serving temperature : 10 °C
Food pairing : Fish, starters