Domain La Ligière, C'est Pas Grave 2019

Our opinion: The brand new cuvée from Domaine La Ligière, without added sulfite. On the nose, it is very floral and very spicy but it is a bit off the beaten track. We have a bunch of black fruit too. Even sides that would make you think of Syrah with the bit of tar side that you can sometimes have. On the palate, it is very juicy, it is easy, there is not too much tannin, it is really very good, and without added sulfite.

Serving temperature: 18C °

To drink: 2020 – 2022

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A real wine for friends!

It’s light, it’s fruity, it’s to share with friends and family.

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Weight 1 kg

The winemaker

Wishing to respect as well as possible the nature of their terroirs and the typicity of their wines, the estate is certified in organic farming and has been practicing biodynamics for several years. They use no chemicals and produce natural, rich and complex wines.

The farm has existed since the early 1900s, but it was not until the 1950s that Maurice Bernard (the grandfather) favored the cultivation of the vine. Father Jacques Bernard, developed the vineyard by planting numerous plots of vines to reach a total area of ​​50 ha. In 2008, Philippe Bernard (son of Jacques) and Elisabeth (his wife) created their own winery and continued the work undertaken by their parents by applying for certification in organic farming. They are now the 5th generation of winegrowers, and cultivate 60 hectares of vines of prestigious appellations such as Vacqueyras, Baumes de Venise or Gigondas.

The Appellation

The name “Vin de France” (VDF) was created in 2009. Any wine produced in France which is not recognized by a protected designation of origin (PDO) or by a protected geographical indication (PGI) is therefore by definition a VDF.

The most common reason is the grape variety of the cuvée. All AOC and IGP have their catalog of authorized grape varieties. Only the cultivation of these grape varieties in the defined geographical area gives the right to AOC or IGP.

The place where the vine was planted may be the reason. Producing VDF can be a choice of winemaker or winemaker and can therefore also be synonymous with qualitative wine production in complete freedom!


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