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SARL Collovray & Terrier Domaine des Deux Roches

181, route de Macon, La Cuette, 71960 Davayé
France

Telephone +33 3 85358651
Fax +33 3 85358612
info@collovrayterrier.com

This company is main exhibitor of

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 12 / D23
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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 12): stand D23

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.05  France
  • 01.01.05.05  Bourgogne
  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.05  France
  • 01.01.05.10  Languedoc-Roussillon

Our products

Product category: Bourgogne, Languedoc-Roussillon

Saint-Véran "Rives de Longsault"


Terroir
Saint-Véran lies between the escarpments of Solutré and Vergisson (from which the Domaine des Deux Roches takes its name), on the southernmost slopes of a of a 250 km long and 5-6 km wide prehistoric limestone ridge that runs through the valleys carved out by the river Soâne. Its vineyards are among the few in Burgundy with a south/south-easterly aspect, which exposes the vines to maximum sunlight and warmth, as well as winds that help to moderate their temperature and stimulate photosynthesis. This allows Chardonnay to develop physiological ripeness quickly, under stress, in a precarious continental climate. ‘Rives de Longsault' is made from parcels of vines that are 30 to 40 years old, and benefit from six different terroirs: Maillettes, Pommards, Roncevaux, Carette, Péguins and Jonchet.
Varietals
100% Chardonnay
Vinification
The grapes are pressed slowly in a pneumatic press. The free-run juice is then drained and left to settle at low temperatures (no higher than 18˚C) before it is transferred into steel vats (70%) and oak barrels (30%) to undergo alcoholic fermentation. After alcoholic fermentation the wine is left on the lees to undergo malolactic fermentation. The wine is then left to age, on the lees, in steel vats (70%) and under oak (30%), until the following spring (April/May). Lees stirring takes place throughout the maturation period
Tasting notes
‘Rives de Longsault' is a beautiful gold wine with an aroma of stone fruits, citrus, and flowers. On the palate this ample bodied wine is rich and well-structured. The nose has a delicate mineral and citrus finish.
Service & food pairing
Serve lightly chilled (10-13˚C). This wine's minerality makes an excellent accompaniment for oily fish (poached or fried), as well as seafood. Its citrus flavours make it ideal for white meat, such as veal or poultry, accompanied by cream sauces, as well as creamy seafood and mushroom risottos. It is equally suited to a number of cheeses: goat's cheese, blue de Bress, Comté, Beaufort, and Gruyeres.
Packaging & storage
Comes in a traditional Burgundy bottle, with a natural cork, in cartons of 6 or 12 bottles. Store horizontally and consume within 2-3 years.

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Product category: Bourgogne, Languedoc-Roussillon

Pinot Noir "Côté Pierre Lys"


Terroir
This wine takes its name from the Pierre Lys wind, which is funnelled through the canyon gorges of the same name, into the Aude valley, and across the 4.5 ha of Pinot Noir reserved for this cuvée. The soil is poor in organic matter but rich in schist, calcium, and marine fossils, and the vines are not only exposed the wind, but at 500m of altitude they are also exposed to the sun, the heat of which the large stones that about in the top soil store, which moderate the drastic fluctuations in temperature between night and day, to which the grape is subjected during the maturation period, and helps them to realise their full potential and creates wines with aromatic elegance and long finish.
Climat
Although the valley has a broadly Mediterranean climate, the mountain influence of the Pierre Lys wind is particularly pronounced in this microclimate.
Varietals
100% Pinot Noir
Vinification
After harvest the grapes are sorted and placed in a broad stainless steel vat where they burst under their own weight and the pressure of gravity's pull. The juice is then left in contact with the skins for 4-5 days while cold maceration takes place in a controlled environment no warmer than 12˚C, and the caps are carefully punched down twice every day to ensure maximum extraction between the grape juice and the pulp and skins to ensure the colour and aromas of the final product. The wine is then left to ferment for approximately a fortnight in a controlled temperature of no more than 25˚C, after which the vat is drained and the free run wine is separated from the skins and gross lees so that it can be transferred into French oak barrels (10% of which are new) where it is left on the lees to undergo malolactic fermentation and oak-aging until the next harvest to add complexity to the wines flavour.
Tasting notes
‘Côté Pierre Lys' is a beautiful, translucent, ruby wine, with hints of purple. It has a medium body with elegant balance between primary fruit flavours and secondary characteristics from the time it spent under oak. It has an aroma of cherries, forest floor, and spices, all elegantly balanced on the palate with a long fruit finish.
Service & food pairing
Serve at either room temperature (15-18˚C) or lightly chilled (10-13˚C) to accompany meals. Goes well with red meat, fowl, and game.

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Product category: Bourgogne, Languedoc-Roussillon

Bourgogne "Tradition"


Terroir
The vineyards of Burgundy run along a 250 km long and 5-6 km wide prehistoric limestone ridge that runs through the valleys carved out by the river Soâne. This wine made from vines on north-westerly facing slopes is allowed to mature late into the harvest season and develops physiological ripeness slowly, under stress, in a precarious continental climate
Varietals
100% Chardonnay
Vinification
The grapes are pressed slowly in a pneumatic press. The free-run juice is then drained and left to settle at low temperatures. It then undergoes alcoholic fermentation malolactic fermentation, and is aged in vat until the following Feburary/March.
Tasting notes
This is a medium gold wine, with an aroma of green apples, citrus, supported by floral and mineral notes, all of which are balanced on the palate with an mineral finish.
Service & food pairing
Serve lightly chilled (10-13˚C). This wine pairs well with fish, seafood, and poultry.
Packaging & storage
Comes in a traditional Burgundy bottle, with a natural cork, in cartons of 6 or 12 bottles. Store horizontally and consume within 2-3 years.

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About us

Company details

Originally

The unfolding of the century in a vineyard in the Mâconnais

Like all good stories, the Collovray & Terrier one is full of twists and turns as well as new beginnings. It was though underpinned by a strong guideline from the origin, more than eighty years ago: the desire to highlight the terroirs of the Mâconnais.

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