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DOMAINE ROUMAGNAC

Nicolas Roumagnac has joined his uncle Jean-Paul Roumagnac in 2011. 
    
In the continuity of the domain evolution, the young winemaker has decided to entirely restructure the wine characteristics, the packaging, and the sales strategies.          
Thanks to its exponential and quick development, the Domaine Roumagnac is now proud to be ranked among the leading properties of the appellation.

It extends over 20 hectares and produces authentic wines which express the subtleties of their terroir and appellation.

In AOP Fronton, the star of the show is the Negrette. A native grape variety not grown anywhere else in the world. It covers 50% of the domain, and gives a wine abundant in aroma (red fruit, liquorice) and low in tannin.

 

RED wines
Les Mystères de Raygades
AOP Fronton Red
Domaine Roumagnac
Grape varieties: 50% Négrette, 50% Gamay

Soil: Boulbène

Alc. by vol.: 12,5% Vol.

Harvest and vinification:
Mechanical harvest.
Traditional vinification.
Aged in concrete tank for 12 months.
 
 
Tasting notes:
With this cuvee, we want to honor our terroir which give us deep fruity wines.
Light and brilliant color, the nose gives intense expression of red fruits and small wild berries.
The attack is soft and very fruity. The berries give way to spices and liquorice, highlighting the flavors.
The wine tend to be very supple and smooth.
Pleasure wine which can also be drunk a little cooler in summer.

 



Authentique
AOP Fronton
Domaine Roumagnac
Grape varieties: 50% Négrette, 25% Syrah, 13% Cabernet Sauvignon, 12% Cabernet Franc

Alc. by Vol.: 12,5% Vol. 

Harvest and vinification: 
Mechanical harvest unique for destemming the grapes directly during the harvest.
The grapes are then directly put into tanks.
Separate vinification by varietal with a long maceration.
Aging on the lees for 15-17 months.
Average yield of 50hl/ha.
 
Tasting notes:
The color is brilliant with ruby hues and purple hints.
Intense expression with fresh gooseberry and black currant delightfully accented by liquorice notes. The berries give way to spices and liquorice, reinforcing the flavors and highlighting the Negrette strength.
A nice and bold first impression on the palate with well-balanced structure.



Un petit R de famille
AOP Fronton 
Domaine Roumagnac
Grape varieties:
50% Négrette, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Cabernet Franc

Harvest and vinification :
Mechanical harvest, unique for destemming the grapes directly during the harvest.
Average yield of 50hl/ha.
Maceration in concrete tanks.
The blending is done before winter, after maturing on the fine lees.
 
 
Alc. by Vol.: 12,5% Vol.

Tasting notes:
A very typical nose, subtle and harmonious, of black fruits, spice and liquorice.
The approach is light and turn delicate and soft in the mouth. The aromas of ripe fruit and violet are persistent.
A wine that plays the elegance card rather than power.



O Grand R
AOP Fronton
Domaine Roumagnac
Grape varieties:
50% Négrette, 50% Cabernet Sauvignon

Harvest and vinification :
Mechanical harvest, unique for destemming the grapes directly during the harvest.
Average yield of 40hl/ha.
The grapes are then directly put into tanks. Separate vinification by varietal with a long maceration.
Aging on the lees for 15-17 months.
 
Alc. by vol.: 12,5% Vol.

Tasting notes:
From selected plots; the oldest vines of the estate. Arising from a combination of the emblematic Negrette with aromas of red fruit and liquorice and Cabernet Sauvignon which provides balance and structure. Intense nose of red berries.
The attack is supple and seductive, with a smooth body and mellow tannins.
The finish is soft, with beautiful dark fruits flavors.



Rendez-vous
AOP Fronton
Domaine Roumagnac
Grape varieties:
50% Négrette, 50% Syrah

Harvest and vinification :
Mechanical harvest, unique for destemming the grapes directly during the harvest.
Only the juice is put into tanks.
Separate vinification by varietal for a year.
Then the two tanks are blend and the vinification restart for another year.
To finish, the wine stays two years in bottle before selling.
 
Alc. by Vol.: 13% Vol.

Tasting notes:
The color is very intense with red and black cherry hues.
The jammy blackcurrant aromas exhibit the remarkable natural richness of the grapes.
A great freshness, and a vegetal hint.
The Negrette releases powerful black fruit and spice aromas. The wine develops enormous body and its presence in the mouth is impressive.
Its power and its temper are well representative of the South West France spirit.



rosé Wine
Authentique
AOP Fronton 
Domaine Roumagnac
Grape varieties:
60% Négrette, 20% Syrah, 20% Gamay

Soil: Gravel and silica

Harvest and vinification:
100% mechanical harvest, unique for destemming the grapes directly during the harvest.
The grapes are then directly put into tanks.
Separate vinification by varietal with a long maceration.
Average yield of 60hl/ha.
 
Alc. by vol.: 12,5% Vol.

Tasting notes:
A very clear coppery pink color which lets you dive into its transparency.
The nose is intense and elegant. The aromatic notes provide a blend of fresh red fruit (red currant) and citrus fruit (grapefruit).
The mouth is very pleasant, round and nervous. Freshness is coated with the natural sweetness of alcohol. Its notes of fruit will satisfy you all year long.




Dry white wine
Authentique
IGP Comté Tolosan 
Domaine Roumagnac
Grape varieties:
90% Sauvignon blanc, 10% Chardonnay

Harvest and vinification :
Parcel selection.
Mechanical harvest unique for destemming the grapes
directly during the harvest.
The grapes are then directly put into resin tanks.
Average yield of 50hl/ha.

 
Alc. by vol.: 12,5% Vol.

Tasting notes:
Beautiful pale yellow color with green tints.
The newest addition to the “Authentique” range has a very expressive nose of honey, acacia and white flower.
A lively attack on the palate. The finish is slightly acidic and leaves a nice sensation of freshness.



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