Rivesaltes AOC

Rivesaltes AOC

Description to Rivesaltes AOC

The appellation in the French region Roussillon is named after the small town of Rivesaltes north of Perpignan. It is geographically identical to the appellation Muscat de Rivesaltes and differs as regards the authorized grape varieties. The vineyards cover about 14,000 hectares of vineyards, making it the largest area for sweet, gespriteten Vin doux naturel, Of the approximately a dozen different VDN's in France (eight of them in the Languedoc-Roussillon area), 50% of the production goes to the Rivesaltes. Compared to Muscat de Rivesaltes is a variety of grape varieties allowed. The wine may be blended from Muscat Blanc, Muscat d'Alexandrie, Grenache Noir, Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris, Macabéo and Tourbat (Malvoisie du Roussillon), as well as a maximum of 10% Carignan, Cinsaut, Palomino and Syrah. There are various blends of these varieties, but also varietal variants. Other Roussillon VDN appellations are Banyuls. Maury and Muscat de Rivesaltes,

The Rivesaltes wines are both white pressed, and extremely dark for weeks maceration produced. They are expanded both in the barrel and in the tank, resulting in different taste directions and colors from light to dark. The AC Rivesaltes Rancio applies to wines that mature in barrels that are exposed to sunlight. This results tawnyfarbige Wines with the typical spicy Rancio taste, With the AC Grand Roussillon Wines of inferior quality can be downgraded. Well-known producers are Arnaud de Villeneuve, Cazes Frères, Château La Casenove, Château Corneilla, Château de Jau, Domaine Bonzoms, Domaine Boucabeille Domaine Boudau, Domaine des Chênes, Domaine Força Réal, Domaine de la Madeleine, Domaine de Nouvelles, Domaine Piquemal and Domaine Sarda-Malet.
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