AOP Les Baux de Provence Tasting notes: This rosé wine has a powder pink colour. The expressive and complex nose opens up with basil-scented strawberry notes that give way to citrus fruit aromas like red grapefruit mingled with almond paste flavours. It is very nicely balanced on the palate with fine acidity that lends to its pleasant roundness and long lasting finish that unfurls a mixture of very ripe strawberry and blood orange notes. This wine marries well Mediterranean Bluefin tuna, small meat-stuffed vegetables or a strawberry, citrus fruit and herb soup. Serve at 14 degrees. Production: 30hl/ha. Wine-making process: Hand harvested. Indigenous yeast fermentation. Blend: 90% Grenache Noir, 5% Counoise and 5% Mourvèdre. Alcohol by volume: 13,5%
Sine Nomine Blanc
IGP Les Alpilles Tasting notes: A brilliant and lovely pale yellow colour. A discreet and elegant nose that releases fragrances of pear and rosemary. It has a lively attack with a zesty fresh acidity. The pear note remains on the palate accompanied by hints of honey and fennel. This wine can be enjoyed young and is ideally paired with red mullet en papillote and purple artichokes, mussels cooked with white wine and shallots, or monkfish tartar with fennel. Serve at 15 degrees. Production: 25hl/ha. Wine making process: Hand harvested. Indigenous yeast fermentation. Maturing in ovoid amphoras. Blend: 70% Grenache Blanc, 30% Clairette. 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%
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 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%
Mourvèdre sans sulfites
Tasting notes: The robe is shimmering, which may presage that the wine will be robust and structured. Tint of a bright red purplish, the reflection of a vintage solar and very dry. Nose with aromas of blueberries, prunes. With caffeinated notes and liquorice after aeration. The tasting, full-bodied and structured. Without any organoleptic deviations, this Mourvèdre releases a profusion of black fruits (blackberry and blueberry) and gives the impression of crunching the grape berry. The tannins are tight, with good hold. This tasting wine offers a very successful homecoming. Food and wine accord: Roasted lamb with seasonal vegetables in olive oil. Wine-making process: Planted in 1992, Mourvèdre is cultivated in "lyre" on 2 hectares. Night harvest, manual. Destemmed, then vinified in whole bay with indigenous yeasts. Aged for 6 months in stainless steel vats without added sulphites. Production: 2340 bottles Blend: 100% Mourvèdre Yield: 25 hL / ha Alcohol by volume: 13% Flight
IGP the alpilles Tasting notes: Ruby and limpid color. In this delicate and spicy nose we find notes of pepper, clove, liquorice, prunes,. . . The palate is silky, spicy, with a good length, the tannins are melted. This mourvèdre is atypical for its freshness while maintaining an aromatic complexity that is the finesse of Domaine de Lauzières wines. Custody potential 15 years. Food and wine accord: This balanced wine would fit very well with Roasted lamb. Serve at 16 degrees. Production: 25hl / ha. Wine-making process: Planted in 1993, Mourvèdre is grown in Lyre on two hectares. The harvest is done at night and manually. Fermentation with indigenous yeasts and aging in stainless steel tanks for 48 months Blend: 100% Mourvèdre Alcohol by volume: 13% vol.
VIN DE FRANCE Tasting notes: A deep ruby red colour. This wine should firstly be decanted to enhance the complexity of the initially discreet nose. Be seduced by its combination of coffee, Sichuan pepper, clove, liquorice and plum notes with just a hint of mint. The hearty, delightfully acid attack is followed by a beautiful concentration on the palate. The tannins are noticeable but not dominant. A long and lingering finish with hints of black cherry, spice and violet. This powerful and elegant wine can enticingly accompany rabbit with thyme or braised veal breast. Serve at 17 degrees. Production: 20hl/ha. Wine-making process: Hand harvested. Indigenous yeast fermentation. Maturing in ovoid amphoras. Blend: 80% Petit Verdot, 20 % Grenache Noir. Alcohol by volume: 13%