Introduction to French Wine In Languedoc From Domaine Galtier
Introduction to French Wine In Languedoc From Domaine Galtier
Oct 23, 2020

Domaine Galtier is located 15 km north of Béziers, in the municipality of Murviel les Béziers. It has been a wine estate since 1760, as the buildings attest. A dovecote, in the shape of a square tower, a bread oven, a well make it possible to understand the agricultural life of this period. The terroir is classified as AOC Saint-Chinian and AOC Languedoc. The estate produces red, rosé and white wines. The estate works on its terroir in sustainable agriculture. Walks from June, jazz in July, moments to share with the winegrower.

 

Domaine Galtier, AOP Languedoc Ostrea Blanc, 2016

Opening on vanilla and almond notes, followed by a floral and plum weft.

Age of the vine: 5 - 20 years

Ageing potential: 4 years

Culinary Recommendation: To be served at 8 C to 10 C. Good match with Scallops, Cooked fish

Awards: 
Vintage 2014: Concours Bettane et Dessauve 2015 (Sliver medal)
Vintage 2015: 86/100 Gilbert & Gaillatd

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Domaine Galtier, AOP Languedoc L'esprit des Souche, 2015

Typical nose, smoky and garrigue on a background of stone fruit. The mouth is expressive, round, fleshy on a finish of black olives.

Age of the vine: 15 - 25 years

Ageing potential: 8 years

Culinary Recommendation: To serve at 14 C - 16 C. Good match with White meat, Cheese

Awards: 
Vintage 2014: 87/100 Gilbert & Gaillard

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