From the sunny south of France but inland on the foothills of the Pyrenees, the vines benefit from a climate allying the Mediterranean sunshine with the cooler mountain nights. This allows for the slower ripening of grapes, creating a wine of intensity, complexity, and finesse.
Mostly handpicked, this fashionable Pinot Noir variety thrives in the clay and crushed limestone soil of these southern French vineyards. A charming medium-bodied red wine that is delicious both with and without food.
(Region: Pays d'Oc, 13% Alc./Vol.)