The Luberon Regional Natural Park acts as the setting for the Luberon vineyards. These currently are spread over 36 villages, all situated in the south east of the Vaucluse department. Classified as Mediterranean but under the influence of a more continental climate from the Alpes and Rhone Valley. The Luberon is one of the most sun-drenched regions in France with approximately 2,600 hours of sun per year.
Grenache noir, Syrah
Here, the vines grow in sandy-clay soil at an altitude of 350 meters.
The harvesting of the ripe grapes is carried out by machine, making sure to respect the integrity of the grape berries.
Traditional vinification in concrete tanks. The alcoholic fermentation is temperature-controlled to preserve the fresh fruit flavours. Short pumping over every day at regular
intervals. The maceration lasts about three weeks.
The wine is aged 6 months in concrete vats.
Colour: garnet red colour
Nose: complex and fine with notes of blackfruit (blackberry / blackcurrant).
Palate: fruity with lovely notes of liquorice. Silky tannins. Elegant wine with lovely freshness.
Recommended food pairing: sauteed veal.
Serving temperature: 16-18°C
Ageing potential: 3-5 years