Region: Vaucluse, France
Grape: Cabernet Sauvignon
A carbonically-macerated Cabernet Sauvignon?! Sounds cool because it is, and makes you wonder why we see this so rarely in the wines we drink.
The use of carbonic maceration results in a Fruit Gushers-like juiciness and agreeably light tannins, while the choice of Cabernet Sauvignon brings the variety’s classic deep red cherry and vegetal jalapeño notes, coupled with a level of depth. The result is a surprisingly long finish that will turn your expectations inside-out.
👁 dark ruby red
👃🏾 deep red cherry and vegetal jalapeño notes
👅 depth, a beautiful tannic structure, surprisingly long finish