Born in our cuvee number 46, this wine highlights the delicate character of an old Cinsault vine. Harvested on a terroir between the Rhône and the Garrigue dominated by rounded stones, it is completed by a lively Grenach for a more rounded wine.
This new assemblage strives to highlight the crispiness of the fruit.
AOP Costières de Nîmes
Select parcels of old cinsault and grenache with a touch of Syrah.
Traditional maceration method for 2 to 3 weeks. Ageing 6 to 9 months in vats preserves the freshness of the wine.
Vinification and ageing done without sulphur for more purity and fruitiness.
No fining or filtration.
A slight addition of sulphites at bottling to preserve the quality and stability of the wine.
Floral, beautiful aromas of red berries, and a hint of clear and precise minerality.
The beautiful freshness of natural fruit, a juicy and voluptuous delight.
All through the year, for a dinner aperitif or delicatessen (pork pluma, charcuterie…).
Enjoy now or over 5 years.
2015 The Wine Advocate
“Nicely textured and with surprising length”
Note : 88/100
2013 Bettane & Desseauve
Note : 13/20
2015 Revue du vin de France
« L’irrésistible ascension des vins bio »
Note : 14/20