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Domaine de l'Amauve

 
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Wine making of the white wines:
The white wine of Domaine de l'Amauve is made with traditional white varieties of vines, obtained with a small crop, hand harvested. The winemaking is done carefully, in small tanks, with temperature control in order to do the best with the grapes. The wines are then kept on lees until the bottling with an aim of keeping their aromatic smoothness and their freshness.
   
 
The fermenting room for the winemaking of the white wines:
 
 
 
 
   
Wine making of the red wines:
The red wine of the Domaine de l'Amauve is made with traditional black varieties of vines, obtained with a small crop, hand harvested, the winemaking is done carefully, in small tanks, at controlled temperature with pigeage in order to extract the best from the grape.
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The Regular Cuvee is then kept on lees until the bottling with an aim of keeping its aromatic expression and its freshness.
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The Reserve Cuvee is partly aged for 12 months in oak in order to refine it and to gain in complexity.
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For both cuvees, the bottling will be made with a minimum of interventions in order to keep the wine's qualities.
   
 
The fermenting room for winemaking of the red wines:
 
 
 
   
 
The ageing in barrels for the red wines:
   
 
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