The presence of vines in the Luberon goes back to antiquity. The Romans planted these vines in particular in the Pays d’Aigues region, and then in the Middle Ages and during the Renaissance, the wine–growing areas spread widely, especially to the north of the Petit Luberon.
Grenache 60%, Syrah 30%, Carignan and Mourvedre 10%. A lovely ruby colour. Dominance of red stewed fruit (mainly morello and cherries) on the nose. Spicy aromas (pepper). Flavours on the palate of candied fruits. It is an elegant tannic wine.
|Bottle Closure||Screw Cap|
|Case Per Layer||15.0|
|Case Per Pallet||90.0|