The 6ème Sens Gérard Bertrand is a rosé wine which was produced by racking off from the vat. The grapes were not left to macerate to avoid extracting too much colour. Fermentation started after leaving the must to rest and settle for approximately 48 hours. All the vinification operations were conducted under the protection of CO2 until the start of fermentation. Fermentation took place at low temperatures of between 15° to 18°C. “6ème Sens Rosé” Gérard Bertrand was then left on its fine lees until the start of the malolactic fermentation. It was left to age in the vat for a brief period, prior to being bottled.
The contrasted region of the Languedoc-Roussillon produces fruity wines which represent all the exceptional diversity of its terroirs. The vineyards are located in the foothills of the Corbières and of the Minervois, surrounded by the local garrigue and cooled by the coastal breezes of the Mediterranean. The soils are predominantly clay limestone.
Gérard Bertrand is one of the most important wine producers in the south of France, where he owns many estates among the most prestigious cru of Languedoc-Roussillon. Previously the IWC red wine producer of the year and the European winery of the year for wine enthusiasts, is known locally as the “king” of Languedoc. Raised in the Languedoc vineyards, Gérard Bertrand is committed to sharing the characteristics and exceptional diversity of each of the terroirs; 20 years of experience ensure that the wines with his signature have a unique style, guided by the fundamental values of excellence, authenticity, conviviality and innovation. We are proud to represent this leading French name in the United Kingdom.