Grapes are picked at night to make sure they are cool when they arrive at the winery, this enhances the fruit character of the final wine. Soils are often stony and light in colour, these absorb the heat of the sun and optimising ripening from below the vine as well as directly from the sun itself.
Tasting Note: The wine expresses the garrigue herbaceous notes of the local area along with bags of black fruit. It’s rich, full-bodied, generous and rewarding with an explosion of blackberry and blackcurrant. This wine was voted most memorable at a recent cellar tasting and that’s why we’ve decided to bring it to you.