La Charmeuse, orange wine

La Charmeuse - orange wine by Château de Gaudou
La Charmeuse – orange wine by Château de Gaudou
Côtes du Lot wines

La Charmeuse Dry White, 2020

A signed orange wine Gaudou Castle.

The Charmeuse is a orange wine from a blend of Sémillon and Sauvignon. Macerated like a red wine – that is to say fermented with the skin of the grape – it gains in structure by capturing a denser material which gives it a slightly tannic structure. Thus worked, it develops a gastronomic and festive character.


Graves and clays.

Grape varieties

70% Semillon and 30% Sauvignon.


Sustainable viticulture.


Brilliant golden color with orange reflections. Discreet nose mixing white flowers, yellow stone fruits, touch of peach. Supple attack, round, fleshy and drinkable mouth.

Food and wine pairing

Un orange wine has a more complex structure than traditional white wines. Its aromatic density and its material allow it to access much wider food and wine pairings than classic marriages. Well suited to innovative pairings, La Charmeuse vinified by Gaudou Castle is a white wine that is particularly suited to being served chilled in summer as an aperitif, with a fresh salad or fresh goat's cheese from the Lot.

IGP Côtes du Lot – Lot Department – ​​France, Occitanie region

Rosé Inès, by Vinovalie

Inès, the rosé by Vinovalie
Inès, the rosé of Fronton signed Vinovalie
Wines of Fronton

Inès, the rosé of Fronton

The Inès rosé from the cellar vinovalie returns after a little makeover!

The two stars that enrich the visual of the bottle Inès come to recall that she was elected twice World Champion rosés in Cannes.
The pink Inès is the muse of the Cellar Fronton. This cuvée confirms with demonstrative force that the land of Fronton and the grape variety Négrette are particularly suited to the production of rosé wines with a very good quality. At the tasting Agnes is distinguished by its fruitiness and distinguished by its freshness. It offers a rare experience, revealing the delicate work carried out around Négrette, this native grape variety of the south-west and unique to Fronton.


Ancient alluvial terraces, more precisely Boulbenes of Fronton.


This wine has the particularity of being aged on fine lees for 6 months after vinification, which gives it its uniqueness.

Tasting notes

Rosé of high expression, Inès has a beautiful light color. Its nose is intense, complex, with aromas of red fruits (blackcurrant, raspberry). The attack is supple, the mouth silky with lots of volume and fat and a citrus note on the finish (grapefruit).

Food/wine pairings

Serve as an aperitif, with Mediterranean cuisine, grilled vegetables and southwestern grills or even sushi and Asian dishes for a gastronomic experience fusion.

The dry whites of Château Lastours

Claire de Lune - Château Lastours - Gaillac wines
Claire de Lune - Château Lastours

Gaillac wines

Whether they are still wines or sparkling wines, white wines hold a notorious place in the Gaillac appellation. They are distinguished by one main specificity: they are made from the majority indigenous grape varieties. Among these we can count the Duras, the Loin de l'Œil and the Mauzac. The dry whites of Château Lastours are told in two cuvées: Gravels et Moon Glow.

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In Vinum, amphora wine by Sarrabelle

In Vinum - Domaine Sarrabelle - Vineyards of Occitanie
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Gaillac winesBraucol is a local appellation of the Gaillac vineyard to name this variety from the south-west more commonly called Fer servadou. Braucol is distinguished by its tannic potential and its aromatic typicity where red fruits and spices are accompanied by vegetal evocations. From this profile emerges the call for vinification and aging capable of rounding off the structure and sublimating the bouquets.

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