Domaine des Amiel

Big Black Coq

Vin de France Rosé 2019

*Prix à titre indicatif
"The darkest Rosé in the world!"
  • Unique, fruity, fluid
  • 13°
  • Alicante Bouschet
  • 75cl
  • Languedoc
  • Press Rosé

The tasting

Big Black Coq signed Domaine des Amiel is the darkest rosé in the world! Made from the Alicante Bouschet dyer grape variety, its color is dense. Between light red and rosé, it is a natural wine playing with borders.

Aromas of wild and black red fruits which are the dominant frame, there are also supple and fine tannins, some animal and spicy notes. There is something sexy and characterful about this bottle. For the price it is quite complex. Delicate, fresh and gourmet, we refill quickly!

Satori's pairing

Some doubts,
his/her lips,
listening to Martyrs by Wesley Joseph X Monks

Domaine des Amiel

Domaine des Amiel

Domaine des amiel

Domaine des Amiel : Biodynamic wine of Languedoc

Located between Narbonne and Montpellier, Domaine des Amiel is a matter of tradition. The Amiel family has been cultivating the land and the vines since 1490… Purchase of plots, sale, uprooting of vines, planting… the estate has undergone many changes…! Today, it covers 20 hectares, 15 of vines between 15 and 40 years old.

Aymeric & Jordan Amiel, two brothers who grew up in the vineyards, however have a different path.

Aymeric obtained a master’s degree in international trade in wines and spirits. Then he wandered around Argentina, Chile, California and South Africa to vinify in different estate.

Jordan, he studied traditional Chinese medicine. Sensitive to life, to energy, to the relationship between heaven and earth, nature and man, he finally decides to cultivate life.

In the vineyard

The vines are cultivated according to the respect of organic farming and biodynamics (certified). All work that can be done by hand is. The two brothers spend a lot of time in their vineyard, because that is essentially where the wine is made.

In the cellar

Domaine des Amiel wines are made in the simplest way possible. The grapes are sorted strictly by hand, then vinified without any input (except a little sulphite for some cuvées). For the two brothers, making natural wine requires a lot of requirements, especially in terms of hygiene, temperature control, the balance of the grapes…

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