Ventoux bottle

Located in the south-facing slopes of Mont Ventoux in the Vaucluse, which rises to 6,272 feet covering almost 16,556 acres.
Since earliest classical times, vines have been grown in Ventoux. At Mazan, archaeological digs have discovered a potter’s workshop dating from the 1st century BC, which manufactured the earliest amphorae known to have been produced in France.
 

October 31, 2014 | Wine Spectator
Features a mix of juicy plum and blackberry fruit allied to tobacco and pastis notes. The fresh finish reveals violet and white pepper hints. Drink now. 4,000 cases made.
  • Winemaking

    After careful sorting of the grapes and total destalking, each varietal is vinified separately. The time in the vat is adapted to the fruit’s potential, in order to obtain optimal extraction at 28-30°C.

  • Nose

    A highly expressive and charming nose, blending notes of fresh fruit and sweet spices.

  • Palate

    A well-built red wine with pleasing tannins. Smooth yet chewy, there is nice length providing lasting aromas on the nose.

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