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Varietal WinesB&G Bistro

Bistro Cabernet Sauvignon

Languedoc | Bistro Cabernet Sauvignon

In France, it is a tradition to meet in a local brasserie or bistro to chat, have a drink or have dinner together. B&G Bistro has all the qualities required of a good Bistro wine: delicious, fun, it is a perfect accompaniment to different dishes and flavors!

Grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon

Tasting notes: Color: Ruby, garnet red, bright and shiny.
Nose: The nose is expressive and fruity, notes of spices and herbs bring complexity.
Palate: Lively and round. Velvety tannins and bright fruitiness give length to a vanilla and liquorice finish.

Food matches: Grilled red meats, pastas, spicy dishes and cheeses.

Serving temperature: 16-18°C (61-65°F)

Winemaking: Destemming and crushing of the grapes – alcoholic fermentation in vats with racking and pumping over twice a day (temperature carefully controlled to reach 27°C (81°F) at the end of fermentation) – micro oxygenation before malolactic fermentation to enhance the color and soften the tannins.

Soil: The different clay-limestone terroirs in Limoux and gravel in Gard bring complexity and richness to the wine.
Climate: Selection of vines located in the coolest areas of Languedoc near Limoux (wide thermal range between cool nights and hot days) and in Gard where the climate is warmer.
Sugar levels: < 1 g/l
Sizes available: 75cl


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