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Collioure blanc, Petit Couscouril, Vial Magnères - 2020

Collioure is one of the great southern terroirs for white wine. Produced on schistous terroirs, this cuvée develops racy aromas of flowers and aromatic herbs. The saline character of the grenache gris takes the palate by storm, with a Mediterranean flavour found in the delicately iodised, ravishing finish. Guide Vert RVF : 15/20
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Cambrian soil composed mainly of decomposing brown shale. Planting density of 5,000 vines/ha. Plantation in terraces with a goblet system. Mediterranean climate with high winds, the tramontana is almost daily. Average age of the vines: 40 years. Yield: 30 hl/ha. All the plots are spread out on the coastal fringe of the commune of Banyuls-sur-Mer.

Suggestions for accompaniment

Grilled fish • Seafood • Tapas.

The Vial Magnères cellar was built in the 1960s by Gaby Vial, the father-in-law of the late Bernard Sapéras. Mr Vial himself had taken over from his father-in-law, André Magnères, hence the name of the estate. When he arrived in 1985, Bernard Sapéras was only there to assist his father-in-law in the production of Banyuls. But he quickly developed a passion for winemaking, humbly imprinting his style and signature. Today, and since his tragic death during the 2013 harvest, the estate is in the hands of Olivier Sapéras (his son) and Laurent dal Zovo, a talented oenologist who also manages the viticulture team and, of course, the cellar.The 10-hectare vineyard is mainly located between Banyuls and Cerbère, on the coastal fringe overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. It includes several sectors, with different exposures and morphologies. The soils are made up of Cambrian metamorphic rocks, essentially composed of decomposing schist. The dominant grape variety is, as it should be, Grenache in its three colours: black (65%), grey (15%) and white (11%), often planted in the same parcels. This high proportion of white and grey Grenache dates back to the time when the estate mainly produced tiled Banyuls. Since then, the renewals (1200 to 1500 vines per year, on average) have been made by massal selection and from black Grenache. The remaining 9% is devoted to Syrah, Carignan and a small...

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