The vineyards are located both on the alluvial terrace called “Les Garrigues”, West of the village, littered with pebbles and stones of the Quaternary period, and the gentle slopes of gravel-covered marl and sandy loam of the Miocene period South and West of the village. These two terroirs favour a balanced growth of the vine and deliver a rich aromatic palate.
and destemming. Light pump-over during a pre-fermentation soak. Rack-and-return duing the fermentation process. 20 days of maceration. Separation of the free run and the press wine. Malolactic fermentation. 6 months of aging in tank for the Grenache and in barrel (mixed age level) for the Syrah.
Production: 10 573 bottles
Bottled at the estate 20th May 2015
"...the 2014 Vacqueyras has lots of Provencal herbs, violets, pepper and sweet Grenache fruit in a medium-bodied, forward and balanced style that will be hard to resist on release. The winemaking is impeccable and it will be a solid value geared for near term drinking." - Reviewed by Jeb Dunnuck, Robert Parker - Wine Advocate, 9th Nov. 2015
Service & food pairing suggestions:
Serve at around 16° to 18°. Recommend opening an hour before serving.
Best enjoyed between 2016 and 2022
Alc. by vol.: 15%
Shoulder of lamb with garlic and herbes de Provence
Guinea fowl curry