Domaine de Dauliac Nu Côt Rosé
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Region: Bergerac, France
Viticulture: Organic and Biodynamic
Grape Varieties: 100% Côt (Malbec)
Domaine de Dauliac Nu Côt Rosé is a soft and spicy wine, with a clarity of fruit (cranberry, pomegranate.) It feels more like a baby red than a rosé.
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About Domaine de Dauliac Nu Côt Rosé
Domaine de Dauliac Nu Côt Rosé is a soft and spicy wine, with a clarity of fruit (cranberry, pomegranate) that makes it feel more like a baby red than a rosé.
About Domaine de Dauliac
The ancestors of the current owners of Dauliac, Ghislaine and Thierry Baltenwech settled in the region of Cahors in 1852 and built their domaine atop the third terrace in Cahors – the most prestigious due to its soils and terroir. For the last 8 generations, the domain was headed and run by women, and Ghislaine continues the tradition, running the 20 h estate with her husband. The family has always worked organically, gaining organic certification in 2013, and now, working towards their biodynamic certification. Local natural wine legend Fabien Jouves from the Mas Del Périé estate helps the couple as they branch out into newer and nattier territory.
Bergerac is a wine region and appellation in South West France, covering an area along the Dordogne river. The wines are close in style to those of Bordeaux, around 100km (60 miles) to the west.
Despite the region’s long, varied history, Bergerac wines often play second fiddle to its famed neighbor. Today, the wines tend to be softer and less age-worthy than most Bordeaux examples.
The area’s vineyards cover the hilly land on either side of the river valley in the southern half of the Dordogne administrative department. This centers on the small city of Bergerac, around which there are a scattering of AOC appellations that fall within the region.