Wines that meet consumer demand
Languedoc-Roussillon based Domaines Auriol focus their product development on their ability to analyse market requirements and then adapt wine styles accordingly.
'We took the same approach when we began making organic wine 20 years ago; it’s all about meeting the expectations of a new generation of consumers. We aim to nurture new wine drinkers, while offering more experienced consumers a quality product that meets their requirements in terms of diet and health choices.' Claude Vialade
The So'Light range
The wines in the So'Light range have no residual sugar (less than 2 grams per litre) and thus are low in calories (60–63 calories per 120 ml glass). They have reduced alcohol (9%, compared to an average 12–13% found in traditional wines), and thus offer a neat solution to the problem of reconciling health and pleasure.
They have a clear appearance, an aromatic, fruity nose and are full of flavour, thanks to their groundbreaking production method.
They provide an innovative solution to the problem of reconciling health and pleasure. Shiny and bright to the eye, aromatic and fruity nose, savory and tasty on the palate, this is a perfect combination for these innovative wines that marry a new market.
The range comprises three wines; a red Merlot, a Vin de Pays rosé made with Grenache and Cinsault, and a white Terret-Sauvignon blend.
The wines are made out of a de-alcoholising protocol using combined membranes technologies.
This protocol was achieved through experimentations authorized by the DGCCRF.