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The Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre vines flourish in the south-facing terroirs between the château and the pine forest, in soils full of the historically famous rounded pebbles similar to those of Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Thanks to partial wood ageing, this prestigious cuvée impresses by its elegance and lay down potential. An excellent alternative to the traditional Châteauneuf-du-Pape wines.


Grenache noir, Syrah, Mourvèdre


Ancient terraces on sandy soil and marly limestone. South-facing, on gently sloping hillsides. The climate is Mediterranean with two dry seasons (one in winter and a longer one in summer) and two rainy seasons (heavy some years in autumn and lighter in spring). Finally, the presence of the Mistral wind throughout the year is a real advantage for the healthy growth of the vines.


Fermentation at controlled temperature with perfectly-mastered extractions, carried out by light pump-overs and punch-downs for a total vatting time of between 4 and 5 weeks allowing excellent diffusion of the noble elements of this rich and powerful substance. Malolactic fermentation, blending and ageing in concrete tulip vats and barrels (25%) for 18 months.

Bouteille vin rouge Bois des moines


Our Côtes-du-Rhône "Vieilles Vignes" (Old Vines) is made with grapes grown on a superb terroir of rounded pebbles facing south and nestled amongst a pine grove overlooking the cellar. Produced from limited yields and parcellary selection, this intense red wine reveals a subtle and generous nose of dark berries (blueberries and blackcurrant) and liquorice associated with spicy notes. It is an enveloping wine on the palate which gives it great depth and makes it a classy, complex and harmonious wine.


This powerful wine will be an elegant companion to southern dishes such as aubergine caviar or characterful cheeses (Camembert, Brie with walnuts). Decanter it to help it to open up and unveil its full aromatic force

We recommend serving it at 18°C.


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