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V3C0520RO
Vins de 3 Chateaux
Question d'Equilibre
2020
Languedoc
Conventional winemaking

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AOC Languedoc, often referred to as the worlds biggest vineyard, stretches across from the Pyrenees to Provence across a vast section of the south of France. Whilst home to both simple table wine and world class quality wines, it is above all famous for it’s variety of grapes, of terroirs, of climates and consequently it’s blended wines. Across the 150miles of vines climates and soils range greatly; from a truly cool, maritime climate to warmer and drier continental climates affected by mountains and strong winds.

Vignobles de 3 Chateaux, situated at the very foot of the Pic-Saint Loup and at the heart of the Appellation. Here, they are acutely aware of their responsibility in preserving their unique terroir. Located around 150 meters above sea level, on a clay and limestone terroir, they enjoy both Mediterranean and continental climates. Temperatures are lower, rainfall is more abundant and the wind come off the mountain and drives the clouds away, helping maintain aridity and improving the health of the vineyards. A sewage treatment facility was built as early as the year 2000, followed by the creation of a group of wine growers working in accordance with a green, sustainable viticulture (“lutte raisonnée”). Notably they became the first winegrowers' cooperative in the Languedoc-Roussillon region to be equipped with photovoltaic panels.

Tasting note: Soft; gentle red fruit nose with red apple; red berries and hay. Fresh; fleshy and dry; delicate strawberry and apple; citrus and a good long dry finish.
Winemaking Detail:
Features Red-berries Apple White-flowers Delicate Smooth

Features Apple, Delicate, Fleshy, Red berries, Smooth, White flowers,
Tasting note Soft, gentle red fruit nose with red apple, red berries and hay. Fresh, fleshy and dry, delicate strawberry and apple, citrus and a good long dry finish.
Drink with
Chorizo, Prawns, Tomato salad,

Wine details

Country France
Region Languedoc
Producer Vins de 3 Chateaux
Wine Name Question d'Equilibre
Colour Rosé
Style Fresh & Floral
Vintage 2020
Main Grape Cinsault
Other Grapes 20% Grenache
Size 6 x 75cl
Closure Screwtop
A.B.V. 12.5%
Production 100000
Aging Stainless steel
Soil Gravel
Time to drink Now - 2022
Winemaking Detail

V3C0520RO
Vins de 3 Chateaux
Question d'Equilibre
2020
Languedoc
Conventional winemaking

AOC Languedoc, often referred to as the worlds biggest vineyard, stretches across from the Pyrenees to Provence across a vast section of the south of France. Whilst home to both simple table wine and world class quality wines, it is above all famous for it’s variety of grapes, of terroirs, of climates and consequently it’s blended wines. Across the 150miles of vines climates and soils range greatly; from a truly cool, maritime climate to warmer and drier continental climates affected by mountains and strong winds.

Vignobles de 3 Chateaux, situated at the very foot of the Pic-Saint Loup and at the heart of the Appellation. Here, they are acutely aware of their responsibility in preserving their unique terroir. Located around 150 meters above sea level, on a clay and limestone terroir, they enjoy both Mediterranean and continental climates. Temperatures are lower, rainfall is more abundant and the wind come off the mountain and drives the clouds away, helping maintain aridity and improving the health of the vineyards. A sewage treatment facility was built as early as the year 2000, followed by the creation of a group of wine growers working in accordance with a green, sustainable viticulture (“lutte raisonnée”). Notably they became the first winegrowers' cooperative in the Languedoc-Roussillon region to be equipped with photovoltaic panels.

Tasting note: Soft; gentle red fruit nose with red apple; red berries and hay. Fresh; fleshy and dry; delicate strawberry and apple; citrus and a good long dry finish.
Winemaking Detail:
Features Red-berries Apple White-flowers Delicate Smooth

Features Apple, Delicate, Fleshy, Red berries, Smooth, White flowers,
Tasting note Soft, gentle red fruit nose with red apple, red berries and hay. Fresh, fleshy and dry, delicate strawberry and apple, citrus and a good long dry finish.
Drink with
Chorizo, Prawns, Tomato salad,

Wine details

Country France
Region Languedoc
Producer Vins de 3 Chateaux
Wine Name Question d'Equilibre
Style Fresh & Floral
Vintage 2020
Main Grape Cinsault
Other Grapes 20% Grenache
Size 6 x 75cl
Closure Screwtop
A.B.V. 12.5%
Production 100000
Aging Stainless steel
Soil Gravel
Time to drink Now - 2022
Winemaking Detail