Gerard Bertrand Picpoul de Pinet is made entirely from the Picpoul grape, in the village of Pinet in France's Languedoc. It's ripe citrus flavours and vibrant minerality make it a superb full-bodied alternative to Muscadet, to be drunk with shellfish and grilled fish.
|Serve with||Shellfish or grilled fish|
|Name||Gerard Bertrand Picpoul de Pinet|
One of the most dynamic and brilliant winemakers from the South of France, where he owns no fewer than seven estates among the most prestigious terroirs of Languedoc Roussillon; in 2012 ex-Rugby star Gérard Bertrand received honours for "European Winery of the Year" by Wine Enthusiast and "Red Wine Maker of the Year" by the IWC.