Morocco

Morocco

Wine of Morocco

Viticulture in Morocco and the planting of the first vineyards date back to the Phoenicians and the Roman colonization. During the Antiquity, the great center of wine production was concentrated around Volubilis, in the region of the present city of Meknes.
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CELLIERS OF MEKNÈS

It is the Moroccan leader with 85% of production. Created by Brahim Zniber in 1964, the group operates 2,000 hectares on Guerrouane, Beni M'tir and the only AOC of Morocco, the Coteaux de l'Atlas. A high altitude, the influences of the Atlas, the Atlantic, the Mediterranean and sometimes the desert, the climate is conducive to good ripeness, under a generous sun.
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CHÂTEAU ROSLANE 1ER CRU 2011

Fruity soft and black, a touch of rubber in the nose. Fleshy, fresh, with sweet / bitter fragrances. Firm and mellow, evidently the fruit of a warm climate but well developed to maintain freshness.
Vintage

2011

Alcohol content

12,5%

Cost

9 - 10€

Taste

red fruits

Custody

3 - 5 years

Service temperature

8 - 10° C

Ouled Thaleb – Tandem 2009

This wine was born from the meeting of Alain Graillot, winemaker in Crozes Hermitage, and Jacques Poulain, oenologist from Bordeaux located in Morocco at the estate Ouled Thaleb. The result is a very typical Syrah wine, ripe, with lots of fruits and pepper, concentrated but supple, fine with a nice freshness
Vintage

2009

Alcohol content

12,5%

Cost

12 - 15€

Taste

fruits and pepper

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

8 - 10° C

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Domaine of Sahari – Guerrouane 2015

With a dark red brick dress, this wine offers a woody nose, aromas of black fruit and licorice. This typical wine is spicy.
Vintage

2015

Alcohol content

13,5%

Cost

12 - 13€

Taste

black fruit and licorices

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

15° C