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Domaine Sainte-Croix, Le Fournas 2018

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Domaine Sainte-Croix, Le Fournas 2018
A tank produced red from Grenache, Carignan, Syrah and Mourvèdre grapes. Blackcurrant, black cherries and floral scents on the nose followed by complex notes of prunes and dried fruit. The palate is soft with clean, rich berry fruit. A wine with irresistible, fruity charm.
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Additional Information

Appellation Corbières
millesime 2018
cepage Carignan Noir (45%), Syrah (22%), Grenache Noir (28%), Mourvèdre (5%)
Potentiel de garde 5 ans et plus
Revues et Concours -
Contenance 75cl
Degré alc. 13,5% vol.
Accords Viande rouge, gratins de légumes, lasagnes...
Vinification Elevé sur lies fines en cuve pendant 18 mois. Pas de collage. Peu de filtration afin de préserver l'intégralité du vin.
bio Yes
Allergen Contains sulfites


Nestling in the wild, rocky hills of the upper Corbières, the Domaine Sainte Croix is located near Fraïssé des Corbières, a small village in the South of France at the limit of the Languedoc and the Roussillon areas, 20 minutes west of the Mediterranean sea. The domaine's vineyard covers 13 hectares of a complex terroir composed of steely blue chalk, quartz, clay and thin sheets of greeny-purple slate. The vines benefit from a microclimate alternating maritime winds with drier, hotter continental influences from the west. These conditions develop red, rosé and white wines with strong personalities marrying concentration and elegance. The Domaine Sainte Croix is run by Jon and Elizabeth Bowen, both of English origin. They built up their knowledge and experience in traditional French properties and all over the world in outsized industrial wineries where stainless steel tanks are the rule. At their first sight of this small scale vineyard with its rich geological complexity and particular microclimate, their professional intuition left them with no doubt about the natural potential of this terroir to produce great wines.