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Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand - Narbonne
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A.O.P. La Clape
Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand

Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand - Narbonne


Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand - Narbonne
Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet is nestled in the heart of the protected massif of la Clape, an ancient link in the Pyrenees chain, a Phoenician and then Roman island, the cradle of the vine in France. As early as the 13th century, the Hospices de Narbonne moved to la Clape, linked to the continent by the alluvial deposits of the Aude since the end of the Middle Ages. Documents from 1561 attest to its mission of welcoming and sharing with pilgrims. This vocation of hospitality has inspired Gérard Bertrand who has made l'Hospitalet the beating heart of his action around the Mediterranean art of living since he acquired the property in 2002.

Today, the Château has a hotel, a gourmet restaurant, a tasting and sales cellar, an Art Space and a rich offer of sensory tours around wine. Music was missing: in 2004, the château hosted the first "Jazz à l'Hospitalet" festival, which has now become an international reference.

L'Hospitalet is the result of a pretty game of chance. La Clape Preserves from its past as an island, in Roman times, a flora and fauna that make up its heritage: it is classified as a nature reserve. Nestled in the heart of 1000 hectares of preserved garrigue, the terroir of l'Hospitalet is protected from the vagaries of time by a cliff.
Red Wine = Red Wine White Wine = White Wine Organic Wine = Organic Wine
 
 Truffle fields, mulberry and olive trees form tasty ramparts on the edge of the vineyards. Their aromas carried by the wind, which breaks across them, permeate the wines of the estate. L'Hospitalet also benefits from one of the sunniest climates in France, balanced by Mediterranean humidity. The soil plays on the duality between marls rich in mineral elements and dry, draining limestone. The latter, very white, reinforces the resonance of the sun on the vines. They give the wines a unique luminous balance, in addition to a freshness and salinity characteristic of limestone terroirs. Each vintage reinterprets in its own way the ingredients of this formidable terroir.
Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand - Narbonne
In red and white, the wines of l'Hospitalet offer their unique luminous balance, sublimated by biodynamic cultivation since 2013. The Mediterranean expresses itself in majesty, with la Clape a view of the rich fruit of the scrubland that surrounds its coomb. The sea and the limestone stone unite in the structure on the tension, carried by a salty freshness and a greedy salinity. The Grand Vin red is a blend of the best plots of Syrah, Mourvèdre and Grenache Noir. Each is vinified separately and the blend is made in February. The wine is then put in barrels for 12 months, then bottled on a fruit day of the lunar calendar, respecting the rhythms of biodynamics. The Grand Vin white is a blend of Bourboulenc, Grenache blanc and Viognier. Part of the wine is matured in barrels (70%) and the rest in vats to preserve its freshness...

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Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand - Narbonne
Opening Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand - Narbonne:

- Wine tourism to learn all about Biodynamie, tastings, oenological workshops, boutique with fine wines of South of France.

- According to Gérard Bertrand "Wine must not have the taste of something: it must have the taste of somewhere". Discover the richness of our terroirs.

-Elected “Best Vineyard Experience 2019” by the annual ranking of the American magazine Celebrated Living, come and discover our winery:

- July-August: every day of the week: 10.30 am-5.30pm
- April-June and September: every Saturday at 10.30 a.m. and 5.30 p.m.
- Price : Adult 15€, Children 7€
Le Pays CathareLES CITADELLES DU VERTIGEQualité Tourisme OccitanieLa Région Occitanie/Pyrénées-MéditerranéeGrands Sites Occitanie
Narbonne-PlageVille de SérignanOffice de tourisme de NarbonneLe Grand NarbonneLa Région Languedoc-Roussillon - Sud de France
Tourisme Fleury d'AudeLes Chateaux Demeures - Les Grandes Etapes des Vignobles Château l'Hospitalet Office de tourisme de Gruissan
Grand Prix dOr des Trophees de lOenotourismeVignobles d’Occitanie La Clape Île de Grands VinsLes A.O.P. du LanguedocAgence française pour le développement et la promotion de l’agriculture biologique
 Equipments and Services:
 
 * Parking
* Shop 
* Group guided tours
* Product tasting
* Individual guided tours
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Narbonne

Narbonne

Le massif de la Clape

Le massif de la Clape

Béziers

Béziers


Narbonne Plage

Narbonne Plage - Narbonne

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Sentier
Le Massif de la Clape
 
 
Sentier Le Massif de la Clape - Narbonne
 
 
  It's typical landscape consists of a succession of rocky plateaus separated by narrow ravines, where low scrubland dominates. Facing the sea, vast pine forests consist mainly of Aleppo pine trees have taken root. Featuring a remarkable fauna and flora, massive houses knapweed "corymbosa" commonly called "knapweed Clape", which is an endemic plant. Northwest oaks and downy oaks mingle with pine nuts and pine vegetation still testify today that covered 3000 BC. We will be on the Massif de la Clape. It borrows from the slopes and trails. They are mounted but they are not steep if not we will walk in places on rocky trails. The sticks also are recommended. Small loop around the Pech Redon but it is only a variant which allows to discover the joys of "bartassage" for those who do not know. Then the tour continues quietly with a beautiful view if the sun is to the game. It leads us to the Vigie-round fire monitoring. After borrowing a path of vineyards and made a little road, the meal period may be close to the viewpoint which offers a beautiful view of Narbonne and its Cathedral .. A little further away, downhill near pines before finding the paths that will allow us to see the Virgin of Cruques and end up on the shelf in the scrubland of Clape where one could see, on February 27, a wild iris multitude of all colors. This is a very beautiful hike by the in the specified direction because we have a beautiful view through the circuit and it also can not cross private property Happy trails...

 

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 Château l'Hospitalet -
Gérard Bertrand
 
Cellars and Domains
 
Château l'Hospitalet
Route de Narbonne-Plage
11100 NARBONNE
 
Phone +33 4.68.45.28.50

Email -
reception.hotel@gerard-bertrand.com

Website -
www.gerard-bertrand.com
Rates
White Wine: 25.00 €
Red Wine: 39.00 € to 80.00 €
 
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