Château Puech-Haut

Le Loup du Pic 2017 | Pic-Saint-Loup | red | 75cl

Photo for illustration purposes only. Vintage sold: 2017
Le Loup du Pic - Château Puech-Haut - 2017 - Rouge

The wine Le Loup du Pic is a red wine produced in the Languedoc-Roussillon region in France, by Château Puech-Haut. This 2017 vintage comes from the Pic-Saint-Loup appellation. It is sold on TWIL at €10.90 per bottle of 75cl, from the minimum of 1 bottle(s). Its ideal tasting temperature is 16°. Its producer, Château Puech-Haut, produces 100 wine(s) available for purchase.

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Product details

  • Appellation

    Pic-Saint-Loup

  • Keeps

    8 years

  • Service

    16°C

  • Content

    75cl

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Château Puech-Haut

Le Loup du Pic
2017 | Pic-Saint-Loup | Rouge | 75cl

Languedoc-Roussillon

France

Planted by the Greeks and cultivated by the Romans, there are vineyards across the whole Languedoc-Rousillon region. The most interesting wines are to be found on the hillsides. Languedoc covers 42,800 ha and produces rounded, balanced wines, while Roussillon is best known for its fine traditional wines: floral, delicate whites yielded by the mild climate and the warm, dry environment. The famous Languedoc-Roussillon reds – which alone account for 85% of the region's production – will take you on a voyage of flavours. Scent of violets, hints of sun-ripened red fruits... blackcurrant, strawberry, cherry... you can almost hear the chirping of the crickets from here, can't you?

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Good to know
  • Winemakers

    Listed 1668 winemakers

  • Production

    2.4 million hectolitres per year

  • Area

    236 000 ha

  • Soil and subsoil

    Schist, sandstone, chalk scree, sand, clay, etc.

  • Grape variety

    Reds and rosés : Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan, Cinsault, Merlot, Mourvèdre, Grenache Noir, Pinot Noir, Syrah for red wines and rosés

    Whites : Bourboulenc, Clairette, Chardonnay, Chenin, Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris, Maccabeu, Malvoisie, Marsanne, Muscat Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier for white wine