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Montaigu Pinot Noir Vin de Pays des Alpes de Haute Provence 2012

ID No: 385766
Country:France
Region:Alpes-de-Haute
Winery:Montaigu
Grape Type:Pinot Noir
Vintage:2012
Bottle Size:750 ml
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Product Description

Montaigu Pinot Noir Vin de Pays des Alpes de Haute Provence 2012 is made from 100% Pinot Noir aged in oak barrels is delicate, supple and smooth with herbal, cherry and raspberry flavors.
It will be a perfect match to game meat with sauces.

Winery: Montaigu

The Montaigu Estate
Montaigu is produced by Domaine de Régusse. Founded in 1970, Domaine de Régusse is located in the town of Pierrevert, in the area of Haute Provence, at the beginning of the Luberon mountain (80 km from Marseille). The estate spreads over 300 hectares (741 acres), at an altitude of 450-500 meters.

The Montaigu Vineyard 
The vineyard covers 260 hectares (642.2 acres), planted to 20 different grape varieties which allows a wide range of products.  In 2004, the estate obtained the certification "Viticulture Raisonnee Controlee", which aims to:
- improve the quality of the wines by improving the quality of the grapes, 
- guarantee quality products and food safety to the consumer,
- respect the environment, the terroir, the heritage and the traditions.
The soil is made of clay and limestone. 
Vinification: Traditional vinification with cold maceration, temperature controlled fermentation in tanks, then maceration for 20 days.

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