Ad Vinam Aeternam 2017
40% Syrah – 40% Black Grenache – 20% Mourvedre
Deep, almost black color.
Ripe berries and licorice notes, with a delicate grilled touch.
On the palate the wine offers a harmonious complexity, with pronounced tannins and acidity. It is pleasantly warm, full-bodied and velvety.
A big wine in perfect balance.
Wine and Food Pairings
It goes very well with grilled red meat or served with sauce; delicious with matured cheese.
93 at Decanter World Wine Award 2021
Gold Medal at Concours des Grands Vins du Languedoc 2020
2 stars at Guide Hachette
Gold Medal at Concours des Vignerons Indépendants 2016
Gold at Mundus Vini 2017
The Winemaker’s corner
Paludal, limestone, dating back to the Tertiary period.
Angular stones and siliceous pebbles from the Montagne noire.
Grapes are picked when they are slightly overripe, then destemmed and remained to ferment. A daily pumping over at controlled temperature allows to obtain a gentle and quality extraction. An everyday tasting allows to define the end of the post maceration.
Wine is aged in new french oak barrels for 12 months (10% of the cuvée).
Ageing potential : 4 – 10 ans