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Syrah - Pays d Oc

Indication géographique protégée

IGP Pays d'Oc wines are produced in the Languedoc-Roussillon, in 4 departments bordering the Mediterranean Sea: Pyrénées Orientales, Aude, Hérault and Gard. Each grape varieties find its expression in a variety of soils: clay, limestone, schist, stony and sand soils, all of which produce dense and complex aromas.

In Languedoc-Roussillon, from budbreak to harvest, the vegetative cycle was marked by a succession of atypical and extreme climatic events which led to a significant drop in production. The intensity of the losses varied according to the sectors but the most affected vines were not harvested. After a very early start, the harvest took place in record time and under optimal weather conditions. If the volumes are historically low, the vintage proves to be of an excellent qualitative level, with beautiful balance on the palate and intense aromatic expression. The perfect sanitary state of the harvested grapes contributed significantly to this qualitative success.
14,5   Guide Bettane & Dessauve 2020
Syrah - Pays d Oc


100% Syrah


Syrah from the Hérault region around the village of Pézenas.
- Alignan du Vent: terroir of gravelly clay of the Pliocene period provides a round fruit focus
- Abeilhan: hillside terroir of clay on limestoneprovides bright acidity


Harvested from the 17th September 2017. Classic winemaking and malolactic fermentation in barrels. 80% of the blend spends 8 months in 275lt one- and two-year oak Laurus barrels.
Production : 10 165 bottles and 214 magnums
Bottling date : 14 June 2018
Vegan Friendly.

Note de dégustation: 

Deep and sustained attractive color.  The nose is characterized by aromas of candied olives and garrigue. The palate is fleshy, full and spicy with a long and elegant finish. (January 2019)


Service & accords: 

Serve at: 14-16°C
Best enjoyed between: 2019 to 2024
Alc. by Vol.: 13.5% vol
Grilled zucchini with parmesan cheese
Gnocchi with olives


Age des vignes & rendement: 

25 to 40 years - 40hl/ha
Languedoc is one of the largest vineyards in the world, producing a unique and flamboyant range of 56 grape varities.