Vin de France Rosé 2020
"It is not a white wine, not a red and not really a rosé"
- Fruity, atypical, carnal
- 13 grape varieties (white and red)
- South Rhone
La Partouze by Petit Oratoire wines is a blend of 13 grape varieties … It is not a white wine, not a red and not really a rosé. There is candied fruit, a floral side, forest fruit. Light while having a certain power, with each sip a different grape express itself. An atypical, carnal natural wine, to be discovered as an aperitif or at the end of a meal with a not too sweet dessert.
A partner in crime,
a fruit salad,
listening to Strange Things by Roseaux X Aloe Blacc
Petit Oratoire wines
Domaine petit oratoire : la partouze, en attendant les copains, côte du Rhône, ptit louis, all good wines !
Located a few kilometers from Tavel and the Pont du Gard, the Petit Oratoire estate was taken over by Lori Haon in 2016. This young winemaker was only 21 years old. Almost immediately after the Bac, he trained in Burgundy and Alsace then took over this estate in the Gard, encouraged by his uncle. He starts with a big domain, a little impressive at first, but he manages like a boss.
The domaine du petit oratoire
23 hectares made up of 13 grape varieties that he pampers with small potions of plants if necessary. Here, no great yield, natural vinification most of the time without added sulphite (and rarely with just a little sulphite if it feels like that…).
A young go-getter winemaker, full of spirit and projects! A big hat off to Lori Haon who was able to make her place so quickly with modesty and presence. It improves every year and we intend to follow its evolution.
These cuvées such as La Partouze, en attendant les copains or ptit louis are well known to aperitifs in the south and elsewhere. The wines of Domaine du petit Oratoire are, like its winemaker, humble, well made, unpretentious but with a little something extra… Very good price/pleasure ratio!
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