AOP Les Baux de Provence Tasting notes: A garnet red colour with some orange hues. The nose is complex letting out delicate fruity and spicy aromas of clove, garrigue and stewed wild red fruit. There is a supple attack on the palate followed by blended and focused tannins backed up by a good underlying acidity. The finish is elegant with notes of cooked red fruits and white pepper with a slight touch of liquorice. This wine is suitable for tapas, a salad of gizzards confit or an osso buco. Serve at 17 degrees. Production: 25hl/ha. Wine-making process: Hand harvested. Indigenous yeast fermentation. Blend: 85% Grenache Noir, 15% Syrah. Alcohol by volume: 14%
AOP Les Baux de Provence Tasting notes: This wine has a light ruby red colour with slightly orange tints. The nose exudes aromas of blackcurrant, spice and plums. It has a subtle attack with harmonious tannins and a finish that suggests notes of garrigue and cherry liqueur. A wine that can be enjoyed immediately with stuffed veal cutlets or lasagna. Serve at 16 degrees. Production: 35hl/ha. Wine-making process: Hand harvested. Indigenous yeast fermentation. Blend: 75% Grenache Noir, 15% Mourvèdre, 5 % Syrah, 5% Carignan. Alcohol by volume: 13.5% vol.
AOP Les Baux de Provence Tasting notes: A lovely, brilliant flaming red colour that should be allowed to fill out into your glass. Intense nose with an alluring perfume of spices, pine and violet. A hearty attack with round and polished tannins characterized by an explosion of spices, liquorice and black cherry on the palate with a lingering length of stewed red fruits. This wine should be lovingly combined with walnut-crusted pork roast tenderloin and cooked asparagus. Serve at 17 degrees. Production: 25hl/ha. Wine making process: Hand harvested. Indigenous yeast fermentation. Blend: 80% Syrah, 20% Grenache Noir. Alcohol by volume: 13%