Domaine De La Ramade Les Murailles Blanc 2017

  • Appellation : AOP LA CLAPE
  • Vintage : 2017
  • Grape varieties : Bourboulenc, Vermentino
  • Ageing potential : 10 Ans.
  • Maturing wine : Cuve inox
  • Service temperature : 8 et 10°C
  • Suggesties / Food pairing : A l'apéritif sur des canapés de la mer, terrine de poisson, salade de fruits de mer, poissons crus marinés, sushis, poissons vapeur, escargot au beurre d'ail, spaghetti aux palourdes, sauté de veau à l'estragon, fromages de chèvre frais ou chauds.
  • Capacity : 0,75 cl
  • Soils : Argilo-calcaire
  • Yield : 25 hl/ha.
  • Winemaking : Vendange égrappée puis pressurée
  • Color : White
  • Type : Wine

Domaine De La Ramade

The La Ramade consists of 3 parts: the first consists of 15 hectares of vineyards, the second of 2 hectares of olive trees and the last, our guest rooms. The Domaine de la Ramade, located at the Heart of the massive Clape, 3 km from the bird's sea.
This vineyard has existed since the 19th Century, although the discovery of artifacts from the Roman era on the property indicates that he was already in operation there are some 2000 years. Since 2007, many of the vineyards was over-grafted with selected varieties, 4 ha were replanted following farming methods respectful of the environment, the vines were repalissées to promote the development of the plant.
The Domaine de la Ramade produces red Grenache, Syrah, Carignan or Mourvèdre. White wine in turn is produced from grapes Bourboulenc, Vermentino and Viognier.
In conversion to organic for 3 years, the 2011 harvest will be the first to benefit from the designation Organic. The Domaine de la Ramade is conducted in organic farming and in the respect of traditions, without chemical or synthetic fertilizers, wishing to be closer to more of these techniques that meet the continuity of the land, while respecting the. The soils of the Domaine de La Ramade are composed of alternating calcareous clay mat, red land oxidized iron, gray or yellow marl, sandstone red or green ... This diversity of soils allows each vine to find her delight. As for the stone that accumulates heat during the day to return at night, he hardens the vine and allows her to express her strength.