Gérard BertrandArt de Vivre Blanc 2020

Product code: 17066
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Country
Country: France
Type
Alcohol
Alcohol: 13%
Volume
Volume: 750 ml
Grape
Grape: Clairette
Grape: 100% Clairette
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Country
Country: France
Type
Alcohol
Alcohol: 13%
Volume
Volume: 750 ml
Grape
Grape: Clairette
Grape: 100% Clairette

Product Notes

Gérard Bertrand Art de Vivre Blanc is a refreshing white wine that embodies the art of living in the Languedoc region of France. This wine is a blend of Grenache Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, and Viognier, and offers a complex bouquet of ripe citrus, tropical fruits, and subtle herbal notes. On the palate, it is crisp and refreshing, with a smooth finish that lingers on the tongue. This wine pairs perfectly with fresh seafood, salads, and grilled vegetables, making it the ideal choice for any summer meal. With its elegant presentation and rich flavor, Gérard Bertrand Art de Vivre Blanc is sure to impress any wine lover.

Tasting Notes

Its elegance makes this cuvée a reference of the appellation. This wine has an elegant straw-yellow colour decorated with green reflections that reflect its youth, a youth that can be found in the aromatic palette, carried on white flesh fruits (pear and peach) and plum. The palate is fresh, elegant and harmonious.

About the Winery

Gérard Bertrand

The story of Gérard Bertrand remains closely linked with three generations of the Bertrand family. The wine estate and winemaking craft have remained associated with the renowned winegrowers Paule, Georges, and Gérard Bertrand, getting passed down through generations. The winery’s fame started coming into light in 1975 when Georges Bertrand took his then ten-year-old son, Gérard, to harvest grapes on the Château de Villemajou in the Corbières wine appellation.

Georges Bertrand set the field for the establishment of the winery Gérard Bertrand when he revealed the excellent terroirs and parcels of the Languedoc province to the world. On top of that, he opened the path for Boutenac Cru to gain recognition in the global wine market and industry. Seeing such feats accomplished by his father, Gérard Bertrand has shared his convictions and passions for winemaking for over 30 years. It allowed him to raise the fame and name of the winery, bringing it to the level it is today.

Gérard Bertrand operates on the morals and principles of naturalness, innovation, amiability, and excellence. The wine estate implements various methods, techniques, and practices to ensure it. The winery believes that the best way to produce wines and drinks having exceptional quality and class is by creating a harmonious relationship between nature and the viticultural processes. This mindset allows Gérard Bertrand to develop and sell products that possess the ability and capability to represent the nuances and attributes of the terroirs of Southern France.

Gérard Bertrand implemented biodynamic agricultural practices in all of the estate’s processes since 2002. The winery did so to preserve the natural qualities of the land. It entails using herbal teas and compost instead of fertilisers to supplement the soil. The incorporated methods consider the inherent elements of the plots and the vines, minimising human interference and intervention.

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