Once famous for these cooked wines due to the late harvest of the vines, today all the wines produced are classic. It is on this territory that Good King René introduced the Muscat grapes. Rosé, red and white are produced.
The reds have a ruby colour and take on a garnet colour after 18 months of ageing in oak. We find aromas of toasted almond, undergrowth or cocoa or truffle. In the mouth, the wines are fleshy and robust. They can be kept for 10 to 15 years.
Rosés are made by bleeding, which means that the colour is obtained after a light maceration of the must with the skin of the grapes. It is therefore the natural pigments of the black grapes that colour the wine. It has aromas of red fruit and is structured on the palate with fat and roundness. They can be kept for 1 to 3 years.
The whites have a light and brilliant colour after 8 months of ageing. The aromas are complex and very fine with floral aromas such as acacia or broom but also fruit aromas such as citrus fruits. These wines have a good length in the mouth, on the palate they are robust and round. Their ageing potential is very good, between 5 and 10 years.