Pépé's Beret is not just wine. It’s attitude in a bottle. Named afer the French words Pépé which means "grandpa", and Béret, which is a traditional French cap, this wine is an ironic allusion to the famous clichés known to the Southern French population.By crafting this trendy looking wine our winemakers created a modern and fresh wine that still delivers the unique and delicious aromas of traditional French-style wines.
Drinking Pépé's Beret is savouring all the sunshine and winemaking expertise of the South of France in a cool and colourful packaging.
Why not grab a glass, maybe throw on a beret, and give yourself a taste of the “art de vivre à la française”...!
WinemakingThe grapes are harvested at night when the temperature is cool in order to prevent oxidation and preserve the freshness. The juices are fermented after a gentle pressing. The fermentation process is led at a cool temperature to enhance the aromatic profile of the varietal. The wine stays on its fine lees at least two months and is stirred periodically,providing a smooth texture.
Côtes de Gascogne IGP
South of France
The landscapes of Gascony spread from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pyrenees, providing fascinating terroirs. Southern French sun-kissed days promote ripe grapes packed full of sunshine. On the other hand, the Atlantic brings chilly ocean breezes and cool nights which improve the lovely fruity aromas. Clay and sand soils store water during the rainy spring which is then released when the vines grow, enabling them to get through the dry summers.
Notes and Reviews
Colour: Salmon pink.
Nose: Flavours of ripe strawberries and sweet rasp- berries.
Taste: Fresh and juicy with harmonious overall impression.
Enjoy as an aperitif or with tapas, quiche, deserts...
|Vinification||The grapes are harvested at night when the tem- perature is cool in order to prevent oxidation and preserve the freshness. The juices are fermented after a gentle pressing. The fermentation process is led at a cool temperature to enhance the aromatic prof|
|Elevage||The wine stays on its fine lees at least two months and is stirred periodically, providing a smooth texture.|