The intensity and elegance of the La Clape terroir united in a splendid Italian bottle.
Raised in old oak barrels, the nose is captivating with its complex bouquet of blackcurrants, spices and garrigue. The attack presents a silky and balanced mouth, even in its long finish. The tannins are still firm, but should soften after a year of laying down. To be savoured preferably with game, duck breast or rib steak.



Appellation: AOP — La Clape 2015
Grape varieties: Grenache 40%, Syrah 30% Carignan 30%
Culture: Sustainable agriculture since 2004 for the environment and complexity of wine.
Soil: Clay, sand, gravel.
Exposure: Côteaux North West of La Clape.
Harvest: Parcel harvest spread over 2 ½ months according to the maturity of the grapes.
Winemaking: Selective manual harvesting, temperature-controlled fermentation without yeasting, vatting between 25 and 30 days. Separate vinification of grape varieties, manual punching, no gluing or filtration.
Ageing: 8 months in old oak barrels.
Degree: 14%
Laying down: 3 – 5 years.
Consumption at: About 16 – 18° C
Tasting : The dress is red with garnet reflections. Nose on ripe and grilled red fruits with a liquorice and spicy touch. Mouth in suppleness. To drink on the fruit. Easy pairing with grilled meats and cold cuts, cheeses…

Château Ricardelle

Route de Gruissan
11 100 Narbonne, France

Tél. : (+33)4 68 65 21 00

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