Plots are selected on the “Garrigue” sector, on rocky soils of alluvial origin. This terroir produces dark wines, with notes of fruit and hints of spices.
De-stemming and pressing. Alternation of punch-downs and rack-and-return operations during the maceration stage. 15 months of elevage for the Syrah wine in 275-litre oak Laurus barrels (1, 2 and 3 wines).
Production: 6,600 bottles
Bottled on: 27/11/2013
Deep and dark red colour. The nose begins with ripe red fruit, spices and notes of the garrigue, which are typical of this particular terroir. To the palate it is generous and the silky smooth tannins are fully expressed, producing a fresh-tasting and elegant finish (June 2014).
Service & food pairing suggestions:
Terrine of pheasant with foie gras
Stuffed quail & truffle-flavoured mousseline
Optimum maturity: 2014-2021
Age of vines & yield:
38 years on average – 27 hl/ha