‘What's that?’ I hear you ask (or ‘Qu'es aquo?’ as they say in Occitan)
What is is is stunning old vine Carignan (mostly 80 years old) which produce tiny yields (20hl/ha) of utterly delicious wine
Warm and honest on the nose, packed with tannins that manage, somehow, to be both fleshy and silky all at the same time. Velvety on the palate with lush kirsch cherry infused fruit yet still fresh and revivifying.
Nice ruby color. Expressive nose, combining red fruit aromas (raspberry, blackberry) and burnt notes. After a frank and silky attack, mouth appears balanced. Fine tannins, a smooth oak and a fruity aromatic return give much elegance to this bottle. An elegant finish completes the charm of the Château de Saint- Pey 2015.Chateau de Saint-Pey
Classic Provence rosé, expressive and aromatic, blending fresh cherries and floral notes alongside more exotic fruits then finishing with a soft round palate packed with peach and raspberry.
Very pure, round and flavorful supported by beautiful acidity adding body and volume. There is a fine and elegant aromatic framework enhancing length Beautiful, sharp structure. - Winemakers Note
Castello di Fonterutoli
There’s cedar and tobacco here, but it’s backed up by lovely, fresh, wild strawberries, raspberry cheesecake and redcurrants. Full body, polished tannins and beautifully linear acidity. Finishes long and elegantly.