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LOUPIAC


CHATEAU LOUPIAC-GAUDIET

CHATEAU LOUPIAC-GAUDIETThe 28-hectare vineyard lies around the Château and faces due south. The vines are very old, some as much as 40 years old, and are planted on clay-limestone soils on hillsides looking down onto the Garonne river. The vine varieties are classical for the appellation: 80% Semillon and 20% Sauvignon. The estate lies next to the magnificent Romanesque church of Loupiac dating from the XIIth century. The climate here is ideal for the growth of the Botrytis Cinéréa rot, with its morning mists and sunny autumn afternoons. As soon as the rot appears, the harvesting is done by hand in the traditional way: the grapes are picked exclusively by hand in a series of selection processes which go on from October through to mid-November. The wine-making process involves all the skills accumulated over 4 generations, combined with modern techniques to produce a fine, elegant wine with a beautiful golden colour. It is unctuous and very fruity with complex aromas of acacia and toast. Smooth in the mouth with a lot of freshness. A wine which ages well and is matured for two years before being bottled. These fresh, delicate wines are a perfect aperitif. They leave a nice, fresh impression in the mouth, which is ideal if you are going to taste other wines afterwards. Perfect with foie gras, poultry, white meat, cheese and fruit desserts.

COORDONNEES


Owner's name : Marc Ducau
Who's in charge : Marc Ducau
Adress : 33410 Loupiac
Phone : 05 56 32 99 88
Fax : 05 56 62 60 13
loupiacgaudiet@chateau-loupiacgaudiet.com
Top French Wines Site : www.topfrenchwines.com/chateau-loupiacgaudiet
Personal website : www.chateau-loupiac-gaudiet.com



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Vintages in sale
2010, 2011, 2012 et 2013
Established
Mr. Ducau is the 4th generation
Average annual
90 000 bottles (Loupiac)
Surface
28 ha
Vine Age
35-40 years
Soil and exposure
Ground argilo-limestone, vineyard exposed to midday
Grape Variety
80% Sémillon and 20% Sauvignon
Winemaking
Traditional processes and modern methods as control of the temperatures in the course of fermentation. Acquisition in 95 of a pneumatic press. Maturing, tanks stainless or cement with epoxy coating
Characteristics
Liquoreux, delicate and very elegant, of a beautiful golden color, unctuous and very fruity with nuances of acacia and toast, full mouth and suave
Wine and food pairing
White meats and poultries, blue-veined cheeses or “Hollande”; Desserts with the fruits or almonds
Prices
7 to 11 €

REFERENCES

References in France
Troisgros in Roanne, Pavillon Ledoyen in Paris
Others references
Regularly selected in the best Guides : Dussert-Gerber, Hachette, Millésimes…
National and export sales (%)
France : 75 - Export : 25
Main trading partners
The USA, Canada, Europe (Denmark, Belgium, Germany, GB), Japan, Lebanon


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