Domaine Rimbert - Dry Farm Wines

Domaine Rimbert

by Colin Craft July 30, 2015

The Winemaker
Jean Marie Rimbert founded 
Domaine Rimbert in 1996 and farms 20 Hectares on 40 different parcels of  soil compositions.

The Grape
35% Clairette, 25% Vermentino, 25% Grenache Blanc, 15% Roussanne


The Appellation
St. Chinian is the oldest winemaking region in the Languedoc..Vineyards 
were first planted here in the 17th Century 1985

DFW Speak
We love wines that intrigue.
This girl is fresh and fruity, a happy wine. Perfect with cheese…it’s fun, a good first date wine, just very friendly. Medium weight with a lingering finish…green apple and pear, and some notable tropical fruits. Did I say fun?

Alcohol: 12.5%
Sugars .1 g/L
Sulfites 47 ppm


Domaine: Rimbert
Country: France 
Region: Languedoc
Appellation: Saint Chinian
Producer: Jean-Marie Rimbert
Founded: 1996
Annual Production: 375 cases
Wine: l’ Agathe
Grape/Blend: Blend 4 grapes
Vine Age: 50 Years
Farming: Organic/Biodynamic
Soil: Clay/ Limestone
Vineyard Area: 
Filtration: Minimal
SO2: Minimal 

Vintner Notes
Direct press and fermented on indigenous yeasts. Aged 9-12 months in neutral oak. Minimal added sulfur, naturally made.

Colin Craft
Colin Craft


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