Located to the south of the Via Domitia, the terroir mainly consists of ancient terraces called ‘Costières’ – dating back to the Pliocene period – overlooking the Etang de Thau lagoon and the Mediterranean sea. The geological structure of these coastal hills being limestone, red marl, clay, sand and stone.
Very pretty, intense cherry-red colour.
The nose is intense with very ripe and candied wild fruit (strawberry, redcurrant) sustained by aromas of mint, grass, liquorice and woody undergrowth.
Volume and roundness in the mouth with long-lasting red berries aromas.
A generous wine with mature tannins.
The final is fresh with slight wood.
Food and wine-pairing suggestions
Serve with red meat, grilled or with a rich sauce, small game : wild hare, pheasant, grouse.