The Great Wines from Languedoc-Roussillon
Generous tears suggest richness and complexity ... Promise kept: the incredibly rich nose develops notes of candied fruit.
The palate is generous and sweet as a kiss.
Resting several months in oak barrels, it acquires its subtle patiently generosity.
ideal companion of a melon as an aperitif, it will also showcases a chocolate pastry.
Serve chilled or hit.
MEDAL SILVER contest Internationaler Spirituosen Wettbewerb 2008.
BRONZE MEDAL of the General Agricultural contest PARIS, 2008.
GOLD MEDAL at General Agricole contest of PARIS, 2005.
GOLD MEDAL at General Agricole contest of PARIS, 2001.
GOLD MEDAL in the contest of the Great Wines of Languedoc-Roussillon 1989,1990,1991,1996 2001.
The Cartagena Roquebrun
"Long produced in small quantities by vine growers from the Mediterranean coast, Cartagena is a typical drink of the region.
The recipe for Cartagena, kept secret, dates back to ancient times. However, we can say, safe to say, that the name "Cartagena" is that this dessert wine is composed of three parts of grape juice for alcohol part.
Mistral said, taking the toll on the terrace: "Siman the cartazeno e Fuman the bouffardo" (sipping his cartagène and smoking his pipe).
A Roquebrun, the Cartagena is produced exclusively from Grenache Blanc and Roussanne with Brandy from Languedoc.
Brought up at least 18 months in oak barrels, our Cartagena a pretty amber color and develops aromas of raisins, walnuts, almonds and honey. The generous mouth, confirms the balance and finesse that this bouquet.
Served between 8 ° and 10 ° C, the Cartagena be enjoyed both as an aperitif, a melon, with foie gras or even with a pastry.
This ancient drink can be stored for several years, Bottle horizontal, away from light and temperature changes, or enjoyed right now on his young aromas.
Cartagena unfiltered may give rise to a slight sediment in the bottle, the natural guarantor and quality of this Cartagena. "