Fay d'Homme Cot - Loire, France - Dry Farm Wines

Fay d'Homme Cot - Loire, France

 

The Winemaker
Winemaker Name: Vincent Caillé
Chateau: Le Fay d'Homme
Chateau Bio: Vincent started to work with his father in 1986 with 4 Ha and took over his dad’s parcels when he got retired in 1992. This leads to a 14 Ha domaine owned by both Vincent, his wife Sylvie and his two younger brothers who are participating from further in the continuity of the family story. He continued expanding the domaine by putting his hands on great parcels for sale, up to 38 Ha and then reduced it down to 26 by selling the least interesting ones.
Family History: Vincent is the 5th generation of winemakers.
The Wine

Wine Name: La Part du Colibri Côt

Appellation: Loire Valley

Year Founded: 1992

Sub-Appellation: Vin de France

Vintage: 2015

Year Founded: 1992

 

 

About The Farming

Grape/Blend: Côt aka Malbec

Annual Production for this wine: 4700 bottles

Average Vine Age: 10 years

Organic / Biodynamic: Certified organic. In Biodynamic certification process.

Please confirm these vines were dry farmed?
(Y/N): Y

Soil Composition: Gabbro

Size of Vineyard For This Wine: 

 

About The Production

SO2 Added (Y/N): N

Native Yeast (Y/N): Y

Aging Protocol: Stainless Steel

Any Animal Products Used: No

Filtering (Y/N): N

Fining (Y/N): N

Carbonic Fermentation (whole, partial, none): Partial

Skin contact (white wines only): n/a

Other Additives or Adjustments: No

New Oak Used (%): None

Other interesting practices: 



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