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Zoom 2019 Domaine des Quatre Pierres Premier Degré

2019 Domaine des Quatre Pierres Premier Degré


Edouard purchased these grapes from a friend, but harvested them all himself. This is a blend of mainly Carignan and Grenache, with some Cinsault and Syrah. The vines were in their second year of conversion to organic farming, and from two sites. Aragon - which has clay and limestone soils. And Caunes-Minervois - which is made up of limestone with stony terraces, deposited by the region's rivers during the great river floods of the Quaternary era). Whole bunch carbonic maceration for 7-10 days, then pressed and aged in tank for 5 months. 20mg/L SO2 at bottling.

Winemaker Edouard Fortin began his winemaking career by studying oenology in Beaune. In 2000 he moved to the Aude, in Southern France, and spent 12 years working at Domaine Font-Juvenal, in Cabardès. In 2010 he purchased 4.5 hectares and began making his first wine in 2011. He farms organically, and the grapes are vinified naturally in the cellar. The only thing he adds is a small amount of SO2 just before bottling.

2019 Domaine des Quatre Pierres Premier Degré



What is natural wine?

The philosophy of natural wine is one of minimal-intervention, from vineyard to cellar. Natural wines are made using quality grapes, generally grown using organic and biodynamic practices, however vineyards may not always be certified as such due to the restrictive nature of these certification systems. Natural wines in most cases won't be filtered or fined, processes which generally involve the use of animal products.

Are your wines vegan friendly?

In almost all cases yes! Generally if you see "unfiltered and unfined" this will be an assurance that no animal products have been used in the process. The fining process is where conventional winemakers will often use egg and fish products (yep pretty gross) to remove sediment from wines. The sediment is natural, healthy and adds flavour so natural wine makers almost always leave some of it in.

Are your wines chemical free?

In most cases yes, natural wines generally use grapes grown using biodynamic or organic farming methods and will have none of the over 200 additives that can be found in conventional wines, with the occasional exception of a tiny amount of sulphur. Some natural winemakers choose to add a small amount of sulphur (SO2) to ensure their wines are less volatile, while a lot of natural winemakers believe strongly against this.


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