Gérard Bertrand Aims High in the Languedoc

From the hills of Corbières, a former rugby star leads the pack
Kim Marcus
Issue: August 31, 2005

When you first meet Gérard Bertrand, you wonder how he can make so many good wines in a region that has proved so vexing to so many high-profile vintners. The giant Skalli firm, makers of Fortant de France, seemed on the verge of putting all the pieces together, but never reached a qualitative critical mass.

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