It is a pure Grenache noir and not all crops are suitable. The first one dates from 2000.

My opinion is that, thanks to the combined effect of the old vines and the terroir, despite the high alcohol content (> 14.5° in this case), it is capable of combining softness, power and elegance.

I find the aromatic expression of the grape, dominated by very black fruit and liquorice, but also the wild nature of the Aspres bush. When it ages, it takes on spicy notes while keeping its finesse.


Having said that, I do not advise decanting it, I want it to be offered spontaneously.