Gérard Bertrand wines are made in the Languedoc-Roussillon region in the South of France. Gérard Bertrand, a leading wine expert and upholder of the region’s cultural and gastronomic traditions, owns 14 vineyards and is a recognised leader in biodynamic winemaking.
Biodynamic wine is a global trend of recent years, which is gaining strength in Russia. This approach to production, or rather to philosophy of winemaking, suggests only natural organic fertilisers to be used on the vineyards, and the land to be worked by hand, strictly in accordance with the Moon phases. Biodynamic winemakers and wine critics are unanimous that terroir affects the unique flavour characteristics of grape, and only caring approach to winemaking, which is in harmony with nature, allows reveal rich range of flavours in the produced wine.
Gérard Bertrand biodynamic wines are considered to be the best in their category, with the Château La Sauvageonne La Villa rosé named the best rosé wine in the world according to the Drinks Business in 2017. And the Clos d'Ora is considered to be one of the best Grand Cru wines in the Languedoc-Roussillon region, it bears a message of harmony, love and peace in its taste.
The Gérard Bertrand range also includes the Réserve Spéciale Prima Nature, Côte des Roses, and Terroir and Grand Terroir wines. Company is the exclusive distributor of Gérard Bertrand wines from the Clos d’Ora AOP Minervois-La-Livinière, Château la Sauvageonne and Château L’Hospitalet vineyards in Russia.