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- Domain : Mas Janeil
- Year : 2010
- Region : Roussillon
- Appellation : Côtes du Roussillon Villages
- Classifications : Sustainable Agriculture - Agriculture Raisonné - Without certification
- Alcoholic degree : 16°
- Grape : 60 % Grenache, 30 % Syrah, 10 % Carignan
- Soil : Schistes noirs
Cellaring potential from 7 to 8 years.
Lamb tagine, leg of lamb, roast pigeon, hare à la royale.
To be served slightly chilled around 14°C/15°C.
The Wine Estate
On the estate, we apply a semi-organic farming method called Biodynamics. Fertilizers are organic (compost) and we cross-plough to avoid grass (no herbicides). Yields are so low that we cannot accept competition from weeds, and the winegrower pushes for the development of hedges between each plot to block a little the wind (tramontane) which often sweeps us. But also to maintain the fauna and flora (especially the aromatic species, rosemary, thyme, laurel ...) that participate in the life of the vine. On the highest parcel of the estate, the wind is so strong that the vines have remained small as "Bonsaïs"! The vinification of the grapes from these parcels is done separately. This is the "Pas de la Mule" (so called because it was a mule's passage in the cliff to go to Cucugnan).