Grenache gris 31% - Carignan 19% - Syrah 19% - Mourvèdre 31%
The blend of Grenache, Carignan (from Spanish roots from Aragon district) Syrah
(assumed from Oriental roots) and Mourvèdre brings to this wine a harmonious
balance of volume, spices and fruits.
Our vines are located around the village of Maury, at the foot of a cliff dominated
by the Chateau de Quéribus (Cathar castle) on soils mainly resulting from the
erosion of the Corbières Massif.
Very pale salmon dress Very fine, mineral, aerial and precise nose developping aromas of gooseberry and stone fruit. The attack on the palate is lively and fresh.
The acidity is perfectly contained by the sweetness that invites in the middle of the
mouth. The aromas are carried away and one remains on an impression of great
The 2016 harvests were characterized by fairly intense weather conditions at Mas Janeil in Roussillon and at Château des Erles a little more to the east. In the Languedoc- Roussillon, the winter was milder than usual, but less sunny. Spring arrived two weeks early and temperatures in the Roussillon region rose above 25°
C on 11 March. After a sunny summer and two heat waves, the harvest was slightly early for the white grapes, in optimal conditions. High temperatures led us to increase the frequency of ripeness testing for the grapes, in order to pick them at the aromatic peak, with the optimal balance between acidity and sugars.
Roast duck with blueberries. To be served a little fresh around 14 ° C / 15 ° C.
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