Domaine le Fort - Montréal
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A.O.P. Malepère
Domaine le Fort

Domaine le Fort - Montréal

Domaine le Fort - Montréal

Domaine le Fort - Montréal

Domaine le Fort - Montréal

Domaine le Fort - Montréal
Domaine le Fort - Montréal
Domaine le Fort is a family estate since several generations and owes its name to the fortress that is situated right on the domain. The 20-hectare domain is managed by Marc Pagès, aided by his wife Stephanie, oenologist, a graduate of the Institute of Bordeaux.

Since 1995 bottling is being done on the Domain. The efforts of many years, have been rewarded with prizes from international juries and confirm the first volumes exigeance quality and innovering of scents and flavors.

You will be surprised and charmed by the high aromatic expression and very voluptuous wines, as well as the cuvee d'été and the cuvée rose. They are modern wines that respect the harmony of balance and the different climatic influences of the Malepère.

Marc Pagès, besides studying oenologist, told passionate about his wines produced at Domaine le Fort. Each wine is a journey which combines tradition and innovation whilst the subtleties and the sun-drenched red fruit reminiscent of femininity and joy.

The grapes are Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache and Chardonnay. For future harvests, they have already planted Viognier and Pinot Noir.
Red Wine = Red Wine White Wine = White Wine Rosé = Rosé
 
  Terroir
Domaine Le Fort vineyard is located on the clay-limestone hills north of the Massif de la Malepère. Near the walled city of Carcassonne and only 20 km from Castelnaudary, the capital of the Cassoulet, which is the most western city of the Languedoc vineyards. Near the watershed between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, this degree will benefit the soil at the same time the Mediterranean sun as well as from more temperate climatic influences. A situation which makes it possible to let it reach the grapes perfect maturity, while maintaining their aromatic finesse.

Productions
The estate produces a wine appellation Cotes de Malepère and varietal wines: Merlot, Cabernet Rosé and Chardonnay. Prestigious wines are aged in oak barrels. White Cuvée comes from Chardonnay grapes vinified and aged in barrels. The fruit and the liveliness of the famous grapes ripening on the lees (dregs - also depot, lees or sediment - the dregs of solids left in the wine after fermentation or after a certain time of ripening). Toast and caramel emphasize the existence of this complex and elegant wines.

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Domaine le Fort - Montréal

Domaine le Fort - Montréal

Domaine le Fort - Montréal

Domaine le Fort - Montréal
Opening Domaine le Fort - Montréal:

- 01 january to 31 december
- From Monday to Friday - from 10:00 to 12:00 and from 14:30 to 18:30
- Closed day(s): Sunday
 
Qualité Tourisme Aude Tourisme La Région Occitanie/Pyrénées-Méditerranée   Logis de France

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  Domaine le Fort
 
Cellars and Domains
 
Domaine le Fort
Le Fort
Stephanie en Marc Pagès
11290 Montréal

Phone +33 4.68.76.20.11
Fax +33 4.68.76.20.11
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Email -
info@domainelefort.com

Website -
www.domainelefort.com
Rates
White Wine: 6.00 € to 8.50 €
Rosé: 4.00 € to 6.00 €
Red Wine: 4.00 € to 17.00 €
 
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