纳格丽酒庄-克拉普 LA CLAPE

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La Clape区位于朗格多克西部,距离地中海沿岸不足10公里,每年光照时间约3000小时,位于地中海地区海拔最高处。主要生产歌海娜、西拉、Mourvèdre,CinsaultCarignan红酒、桃红酒以及Bourboulenc白葡萄酒。

Jean Paux Rosset
A wine estate only deserves the title of Chateau if, and only if, this recognition has been granted in the past.
Négly’s recognition begins in the XVIIIth century when it was called Chateau d’Ancely.
In 1781, the property took on the name of Nerly and was finally called LA NéGLY in 1807.
Several families followed and ran the estate. In the thirties, the Piquemal family movesd into the chateau before handing it over in 1992 to Jean Paux-Rosset.
The Paux-Rosset family opts for quality production and the entire vineyard is revised and tailored to meet these requirements. The nearby Boède estate was taken as a farm lease.
With the help of oenologist consultant Claude Gross, the entire wine-making process is revised in order to reach one goal: quality production.
Together, they acquired the Boède estate in 2006, along with a third partner, Alain Wittner.
Our savoir-faire
Négly’s vineyards extend over 50 hectares (approximately 123 acres) and Boède’s vineyards stretch over 25 hectares (approximately 62 acres).
To enhance quality, Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre grapes were used to replaced Aramon, Terret and Carignan blanc grapes.
Machine harvesters were traded for shears and wood crates. Sustainable agriculture became a focus and nothing was left to chance: leaf-thinning, debudding, hand-harvesting, twice table hand-sorted berries, low and controlled yields.
Our Gems
L’Ancely, la Porte du Ciel, Le Clos des Truffiers
In order to produce the best wines, low yields -approximately 10 hectoliters/hectares (24 acres), were hand-harvested at optimal ripeness, hand-selected berry by berry, vinified in conical fermenters, and then aged two years in new barrels. This nectar is definitely a taste-bud delight!
La Clape
The Chateau de la Négly is located in the AOP region of Languedoc, 20 km from Narbonne in the heart of the La Clape Mountains.
This World Heritage site, meaning “pile of stones” in Occitan, was an island up until the Gallo-Roman period, and before the Aude’s river sediment deposits became part of the mainland.
Its soil is a sandy limestone originating from very porous, calcareous rock slides, which allows the soil to retain rainwater for the vines.
The sea’s proximity and influence regulate the impact of harsh weather due to the sun and the dry, very powerful northern Tramontane wind on the vines.
 


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