Pierre Qui Roule (Rolling Stone) is a selection of wines that are named for the smooth rounded stones that are prevalent throughout the Languedoc-Roussillon vineyards. These rolling stones reflect the abundant sunshine of the South of France, while their brothers below the surface improve the drainage and add to the minerality and complexity of the wines.
The grapes are transported to small, local wineries where PQR’s winemakers work to capture the true characteristics of each variety using modern wine-making techniques: low temperature fermentation, small oak barrels, etc., to enhance the fruit characteristics of the wines. The wines are then bottled in modern packaging with screw-cap closures to guarantee the flavors of the Languedoc are preserved in each and every bottle.
J. Bookwalter Chapter 7 Conner-Lee Vineyard, 94 points, Wine Spectator.
Bookwalter Conflict Conner-Lee Vineyard 2014 93 points, Wine Spectator.
Domaine Riefle 2015 Bonheur Convivial Pinot Noir 90 points, Wine Enthusiast.
Graham Beck Brut NV 90 points
Undurraga Altazor 93 points,
Il Palagio When We Dance 2014, 90 points, James Suckling
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