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Appellation >

Red Côtes-du-Rhône

Location >

Two pieces of land located on Gramenon hillsides in Montbrison sur Lez

Vineyard >

Very old Grenache vines (120 years old) planted with suitable reproductive varieties selected according to biodynamic criterias

Yield >

20 hl/ha

Geology >

Gramenon lies on sandstone and shell-sandy soils, making a relief on this landscape of sandy safre. This sandstone bank comes from a molasse layer left by a former maritime coastline under the influence of tidal streams circa 12 million years ago.

Natural wine-making process >

Sorted manual picking
Maceration of whole clusters during 18 days in concrete tanks
Partially de-stemmed clusters
Fermentation with natural yeasts
Light addition of sulfite after malolactic fermentation, depending on vintages

Ageing >

12 months barrel ageing

Bottling >

In autumn

Short recommendation >

Wait at least 1 to 2 years after bottling before opening. Can last from 10 to 15 years depending on vintage. Decanting before service is recommended.

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