It’s a nice surprise, as the winemaking experience sometimes holds.

It is a press wine from a garnet-red rivesaltes that was mutated on grapes in 1995, the year of birth of our daughter, Aude. Initially it was very herbaceous, we preferred to forget it.

We tasted it again a few years later, and it enchanted us with its aromas of dried fruit (fig, prune), cocoa, sweet spices, its tamed tannins, its roundness, and its little roasted touch.

It was therefore called “Post Scriptum”.

I like it on an old sheep’s cheese or a fresh goat’s cheese accompanied by fig jam.
At the same time, we bottled an old amber rivesaltes from 1993, the year of Julien’s birth, which we called “Préface”…