Organically made. Medium-deep old brass colour. Big nose rises out of the snifter with honey, ripe pear, stewed peaches, raw tobacco and caramel — aromas do not get much better than this. On the palate it offers golden raisins and ripe peaches and pears, but the alcohol is a bit hot and the finish is woody.
Elegant with notes of red fruit, tobacco and fresh herbs. Earthy mineral notes with smooth, well-integrated tannins, finishing with juicy fruit and hints of black pepper.
Bright notes of sour cherries and raspberries with a hint of pleasing herbal aromas that lift the wine. Light body with soft chalky tannins and fresh acid. The strength of this wine is its simplicity and easiness to drink. Serve slightly chilled with raclette or a plate of pâtés and charcuteries.
Clear deep plum red. Rich and mature nose of cassis and oak with blueberry and a touch of fig. Full bodied and mouth-coating with cherry and prune flavours seasoned with a dash of black pepper, finishing on bitter chocolate. Tannins still muscular and the acidity is a bit high. Value. Will last another year or two.
Dense purple colour. Cedary, spicy, herbal, blackberry nose with notes of pepper. Medium- to full-bodied, dry and savoury, firmly structured with black olive and black plum flavours, finishing on seductive ripe tannins.
The elegance of this rosé made from 100% Grenache is a testament to Stéphane Vedeau’s sensibility. Bright acid with medium body and delicate notes of white peaches and pink grapefruit. More linear than one might expect from a rosé from southern Rhône, thanks to the cooler site of Clos Bellane planted at 410 metres on calcareous soils. Ideal as an aperitif.
Unusual blend of Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault. Clear pale vermilion (a colour commonly called “peach”, although the colour of this wine is quite different from that of peach flesh). Medium nose of melon, orange, nectarine and a hint of grapefruit. Light-bodied with sharp acidity, tasting of assorted red berries. Drink up.