A rare bottling of Cassis Rouge. This wine's blend of 80% Mourvedre and 20% Grenache could lead you to think of neighboring Bandol, however its personality is friendlier - its fruits redder and crunchier and tannins softer. An amply concentrated wine full of dusty Mourvedre spice along with a vivacious sappiness that speaks of its low yielding 50-year-old vines. A pure and pretty wine along with lift and intensity.
Pretty floral fruit that is clean (unoaked) and has a silky texture and ripe fruit. A lovely summer-sipper from southern France!
“X” is a very rare bottling from a cask (45-hectoliter foudre) of Bandol from the epic 2007 vintage that spent over nine years in barrel, developing a depth and intensity of character rare even for Pradeaux. Anyone who appreciates the...
This is Mourvedre at its finest and most traditional. There is ample concentration and the sheer intensity of dark and layered fruit and tannin is remarkable. However, there is also a suppleness to the tannins as well as lift to...