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Appellation d'origine protégée

Our « Saint Pétrarque » Ventoux is a blend of Grenache and Syrah grapes located on sediments left by the seas of the Tertiary period, at the foot of the Ventoux mountain.

The harvest 2014 for the Ventoux appellation took place mainly in the month of September over a relatively short period of time. They were marked by some rainy periods and relatively warm temperatures. The grapes were thus harvested during the cooler hours to retain maximum flavour. Harvest volumes were up compared to 2013 with good quality grapes and a great aromatic palette.
86   Wine Spectator "Red fruits & spice-driven aromatics, easy-going texture"

Grape Varieties: 

This Ventoux is a blend of Grenache and Syrah grapes


The vineyard is located mainly on the sediment left by the seas of the Tertiary period at the base of the limestone massif of Ventoux.


Each grape variety is vinified individually to develop its own characteristics. Vatting lasts for 2 or 3 weeks depending on the grape variety. The wine is racked off and undergoes malolactic fermentation. The different grape varieties are then blended. Ageing in vats for 6 months before bottling.

Tasting notes: 

A deep red robe with purple tint. The nose is enticing with hints of red ripe fruit and spices, and the mouth is elegant and round with a spicy finish.

Service & food pairing suggestions: 

his Ventoux will pair nicely with charcuterie, Arrabiata pastas, grilled meat or cheese.Serve around 16°C. Enjoy it now or cellar for up to 5 years.

The name of our cuvée refers to Pétrarque, a man of great culture from the 14th century, who lived in the town of Carpentras, near the Ventoux mountain.

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