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In 1996, Yves Falmet, originally from Champagne, acquired his vineyard in Languedoc. An extremely qualitative terroir in the Saint Chinian Appellation area.
The Domaine des TERRES FALMET was thus born following a thunderbolt for these magnificent hillsides which had been able to discover during his studies as an oenologist in the region.
In fact, no one had wanted these lands because of their relief, as the growing conditions there were harsh and perilous. The eastern part of the vineyard had already been abandoned, the rest would have inevitably followed.
A very difficult vineyard to cultivate for which he fought relentlessly to save it and create his own cuvées, the quality of which is now internationally recognized.
The "Cinsault" cuvée is one of the extremely rare red wines, produced solely from this grape variety (mainly considered to prtoduce rosé wines).
Cinsault is one of the old Languedoc grape varieties, endangered and wrongly unloved. Indeed, grown on a qualitative terroir and well vinified, it gives very nice red wines.
|Nom du producteur||Domaine Terres Falmet|
|Grape type||100% Cinsault|
|Harvest||Manually in september|
|Vinification||As soon as they arrive in the cellar, the grapes are immediately destemmed, then lightly crushed and put into the tank.|
Fermentation, then hot maceration (about 25°C) in the same tank lasts for four weeks, with twice daily pumping over.
The wines are drawn off in October, then racked twice over the following months.
|Aging||Wines mature in tanks for nearly a year, with no fining|
Very light filtration at bottling.
|Bottle size||75 cl|
|Serving temperature||Serve at 14-16°|