The soils are clay-limestone on south-facing plots.
100 % Marselan
The harvest is done early enough to keep all the freshness of the Marselan and the crunchiness of the grapes.
The temperature is controlled during the vatting and pressing. There is little work on the pomace cap in order to preserve the velvety tannins.
The color is dense, dark, deep. The first nose is balsamic with notes of juniper (cade). Then notes of blackberry liqueur and sweet spices are revealed. The palate is rich, powerful, accompanied by velvety tannins, but well present. A touch of liquorice associated with notes of garrigue make up the aromatic perceptions of the palate. A beautiful persistence accompanied by a rather vigorous sensation finish the tasting.
This Marselan will perfectly accompany a stew, a duck confit or any type of Mediterranean cuisine.