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Producer : Hecht & Bannier
Region : France (France), Languedoc-Roussillon (France)
Bottle Per Case : 12 x 750 ml
|Bottles Per Case
|Hecht & Bannier
|France (France), Languedoc-Roussillon (France)
|13% alc. / vol.
|Fresh and crisp whites
|Organic, Sustainable, Traditional
|Price of Case
In 2001, the Hecht & Bannier trading house introduced its inaugural vintage. Partners Gregory Hecht and François Bannier had crossed paths a few years earlier while studying wine trade in Dijon and forged a friendship as they delved into the intricacies of Burgundy. After exploring numerous vineyards, they bottled four unique Languedoc blends by the end of 2003, meticulously selecting the finest expressions of each grape variety from their terroir. Stretching from the Spanish border to Italy, the region they sourced from boasts an array of soils, influenced by the Mistral and Tramontana winds, the gentle sea breezes, and the coolness of the mountains.
The exceptional sunshine in France ensures remarkable consistency in quality from one vintage to the next. Hecht & Bannier has taken a pioneering role in producing organic wines. Choosing the grape varieties, their proportions, and the aging process is akin to solving a complex puzzle, offering endless possibilities. There is no fixed formula for aging; it is determined by the vintage, the appellation, and the grape varieties, with the goal of presenting wines that are ready to be enjoyed upon release.
Hecht & Bannier can be likened to the haute couture of the wine world. Among all the house's bottles, only two are made from a single grape variety. Each of the other blends combines several vineyard plots within its appellation, and they are the result of collaboration with multiple winegrowers and estates, without the constraints of contracts. This freedom allows them to adapt their supplies based on the successes of each region, depending on the vintage.
It's important to remember that taste is subjective, and personal preferences play a significant role.
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