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The Clos Saint Vincent White from the small appellation Bellet is “THE” Wine to have from the Nice area and if it was served during the wedding of Prince Albert and Charlene of Monaco, it is not only for reasons of proximity...
We are in the presence of a Provence Famous White Wine with this Clos St Vincent Wine!
Clos Saint Vincent
Garde 5 ans
Boisé très fin, Elégant, Belle Vivacité, Belle finesse
Clos Saint Vincent Bellet White is the result of a complex elaboration: pellicular maceration, pressing, cold scrubbing, fermentation in cask with a sticking of almost six months with a year of ageing in barrels. It will then be bottled without filtration which can cause a light natural deposit.
This Vin du Clos St Vincent has a clear dress of an intense yellow, a floral nose/citrus slightly toasted, a wide and generous mouth.
A Bellet Clos Saint Vincent Wine of a rare elegance. Clos Bellet White is produced between 5,000 and 6,000 bottles following the years, 40 Magnums and 8 Jeroboams.
Organic and biodynamic wine
At the start of his wine maker career, Joseph Sergi only knew that he wanted to make it clear. And it was a success: cultivated in organic farming and biodynamy, his domaine reached in a few years at the summit of Bellet AOC.
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This Clos Saint Vincent Le Clos White Wine is better served between 10 and 12°C and will perfectly suit scallops, crayfishesor and any grilled fish!
Le Clos Saint Vincent is a small estate located in Nice on the heights and enjoys the very confidential appellation Bellet. In the spring of 1993, the Sicardi and Sergi families acquired the property of Clos St Vincent.
After being a bodybuilder, restaurateur... Jo Sergi started planting in 1997. A winemaker very attached to the land and its terroir, he was soon recognised as emblematic thanks to Clos Saint Vincent Bellet. No chemicals are used. The vines are treated in Biodynamie according to a lunar calendar with preparations of vegetable origin such as nettle herbal teas, animals such as manure compost or mineral like crushed silica. Clos St Vincent is family. The relaunch of Clos Saint Vincent began with the extension of vines (6 ha) and with the adaptation of production by cultivating the land with strict respect for the environment
Domaine Clos Saint Vincent now has 10 hectares. Gio Sergi and his son Julien produce wines with great sparkle and precision. Clos Saint Vincent White is more winey than the classic Provence White wines. The Clos Saint Vincent Red with a dominant black madness offers us a rare floral freshness in the area. As for the Clos Saint Vincent Rosé 100 % Braquet is an Ovni. And it is certainly not only for reasons of proximity that he was served at the wedding of Prince Albert and Charlene! The Vino di Gio cuvées are exceptional and are among the best wines in Provence!
How to talk about Clos Saint Vincent and its wines without making a small focus on the Bellet wine or Clos Saint Vincent Bellet. This is a very small appellation that extends over the commune of Nice, covering almost 50 hectares of wine-growing area, in the department of Alpes-Maritimes. This appellation allows the cultivation of its own grape varieties, which can be found almost only on this appellation: the Braquet, the Black Folle, the White Folle and of course the Rolle. Clos Saint Vincent wine is one of the flagship areas, which has made it possible to highlight these high-quality terroirs.
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Clos Saint Vincent Le Clos Rosé is structured and round for a long final, typified and punctuated with spicy and iodized notes.Vines : 100% Braquet
Clos Saint Vincent red wine Bellet is suple and velvety, an obvious expression of delicacy.
Clos Saint Vincent Vino di Gio Red Wine Bellet is suple and velvety, an obvious expression of delicacy.
Vino di Gio by Clos Saint Vincent White comes from the small Bellet appellation above Nice. This Vino Di Gio Cuvée comes from a severe sorting of old vines from the 1950s on the Rolle grape variety. We discover a very great Provence White Wine!