2P Production

2P Production is a joint project between Romain Plageoles, the youngest Plageoles brother, and his wife Fanny Papelard. Romain primarily takes care of the vines, and Fanny works in the cave during harvest with the fermentations, and they make all the winemaking decisions together as a team. All the wines are vinified at the Plageoles winery. The Plageoles family has been so influential on the winemaking in the Gaillac region, dating all the way back to Romain’s grandfather Robert, and Romain and Fanny are doing their best to continue that tradition in their own style. 

Wine Shot — Back to the top

Total Production: 1000 bottles

Age of Vines: 30 years old

Yields: 15 hl/ha

Soil: Clay and Limestone

Varieties: 1/3 each Sauvignon Blanc, Loin de L’Oeil, Mauzac

Vinification Method: Grapes are hand harvested and destemmed. The grapes are pressed and the juice ferments spontaneously in stainless steel tanks. The wine is racked once after alcoholic and malolactic fermentation complete, and goes back into tank for 6-8 months of elevage. The wine is lightly filtered and has a small amount of sulfur added at bottling.

 


Meskine Contact — Back to the top

Total Production: 1900 bottles

Age of Vines: 30 years old

Yields: 15 hl/ha

Pruning Method: 

Soil: Clay and Limestone

Varieties: 50% Sauvignon Blanc, 50% Loin de L’Oeil

Vinification Method: Grapes are hand harvested and destemmed. The grapes are pressed and the juice ferments spontaneously in stainless steel tanks in contact with the skins for about 5 days, to produce a slightly orange wine. The wine is racked once after alcoholic and malolactic fermentation complete, and goes back into tank for 6-8 months of elevage. The wine is bottled unfined and unfiltered with a small addition of sulfur at bottling.


Pairing: Gamay — Back to the top

Total Production: 2400 bottles

Age of Vines: 30 years old

Yields: 15 hl/ha

Soil: Clay and Limestone

Varieties: 80% Gamay, 20% Loin de L’Oeil

Vinification Method: Grapes are hand harvested left as whole bunches. The bunches ferment carbonically in fiberglass tanks. The wine is racked once after alcoholic and malolactic fermentation complete, and goes back into tank for 6-8 months of elevage. The wine is bottled unfined and unfiltered with a small addition of sulfur at bottling.


Merlot — Back to the top

Total Production: 2400 bottles

Age of Vines: 30 years old

Yields: 15 hl/ha

Soil: Clay and Limestone

Varieties: 100% Merlot

Vinification Method: Grapes are hand harvested and destemmed. The grapes are pressed and the juice ferments spontaneously in fiberglass tanks. The skins are removed after a short amount of time to limit the amount of extraction in the wine. The wine is racked once after alcoholic and malolactic fermentation complete, and goes back into tank for 6-8 months of elevage. The wine is bottled unfined and unfiltered with a small addition of sulfur at bottling.