Le Soula, Vin de Pays des Cotes Catalanes, Rouge, 2013

  Le Soula

Contains Sulphites.

About Le Soula

Roussillon is a hot bed of artisanal winemaking talent, and so it deserves to be, as a region blessed with some fantastic hillside vineyards planted on a marble of different soils. Many high-quality growers are now starting to sprout up too, forcing the rest of the world to take note. Two of these are our much cherished Domaine Clos des Fees and a new addition to our portfolio, Le Soula. The latter, made by Gérard Gauby in the high Agly valley 600 metres above sea level, have recently won a much-coveted second star in the Revue de Vins de France's annual green guide

Appellation: Vin de Pays des Côtes Catalanes

Cotes Catalanes is one of the most important IGPs in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of southern France, covering the Pyrenees-Orientales department on the Spanish border. Vineyards cover the foothills to the east of the Pyrenees mountain chain, an area also used for the Cotes du Roussillon, Banyuls and Collioure appellations. The IGP exists to provide a geographic indication for wines that are made outside the existing AOC vinification requirements or permitted styles.