Un-Corking of our Sauvignon Gris 2013

This week is a big week for us at Tour De Belfort. Our 2013 bottles have just arrived in the UK! Having recently completed our fifth harvest and just about to launch our fifth vintage, we’re as passionate about our new wines today as we were back in 2009 when we introduced the fruits of our inaugural harvest – our first Tour De Belfort red. Since then we have developed a much broader selection, so that our customers can now choose from our Cuvée Classique red, white and rose blends; our single-variety Grand Vins matured in French oak barrels; our sparkling rose and white sparkling Cremants. And now we have another exciting new addition to our range – we’d like to introduce you to our Sauvign

The marriage of wine and oak

In a few weeks time our barrels will again be full of wine. Our vendange (French for harvest) is only a few days away, and with 8 different grape varieties in our vineyard it will probably last 2-3 weeks as each variety ripens at different times. Our insistence on hand picking means rows and rows of vine to go through, only the grapes get to rest on the tractor! This year we are planning to make 9 different wines within our Cuvée Classique, Grand Vin and Sparkling range, all will be certified organic. Once in the winery only our premium range Grand Vins have contact with oak barrels. Before the Summer we select the rows and grape varieties that will be used in our various wines. This year we

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