Gérard Bertrand
Gérard Bertrand
"biodynamic wines of Languedoc"
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Gérard Bertrand

Gérard Bertrand

Situated in the heart of the Languedoc region in the South of France, it is Clos du Temple born on the historic terroir of Cabrières, the cradle of rosé wines.
As early as 1357, Cabrières wines were served at official banquets and were consecrated on the tables of the Sun King, endowed with the brilliant "royally controlled" appellation.
In 2020, the 2019 vintage Clos du Temple is named Best Rosé Wine in the World" by The Drinks Business magazine.
This iconic rosé is an invitation to discover an alchemy: that of an exceptional terroir, unequalled know-how, a bottle with symbolic curves. A rosé wine unique in the world, which will sublimate exceptional dinners and moments of celebration.

To magnify this rosé, a unique bottle was needed. The bottle Clos du Temple is an exclusive creation by Gérard Bertrand's teams. A geometrical representation of the temple, whose elegant proportions are inspired by the golden section, the Phi :

The square base, symbol of the earth, takes up the cubic foundations, the cylinder elevation is intended as an evocation of the connection between earthly and celestial forces.
The dome, a perfect circle on the shoulders of the bottle, is adorned with a fine gold decoration to underline the gentle curves of the hills surrounding the Clos du Temple.
The Bleu Royal is a tribute to King Louis XIV, a great lover of Cabrières wines.

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Château l'Hospitalet Route de Narbonne-Plage 11100 Narbonne

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