The fruit of an unconventional association of Bordeaux grape varieties (Merlot) and those that are typically Mediterranean (Mourvedre and Marselan), this wine is an invitation to discover all the luscious richness of Languedoc reds.
Marselan, Merlot, Mourvèdre
The Marselan and the Merlot, which prefer cool, deep soils, are planted on the recent alluvial deposits and loamy clay banks of the river Orbieu. The Mourvèdre is planted further away from the river, on sedimentary clay.
A luminous ruby red. Notes of wild blackberry, cherry, spices and liquorice on the nose. In the mouth it is full and generous with a well-balanced structure and elegant tannins.