Appearance: Intense and inky dark

Nose: Concentrated, rich and complex nose of kirsch, bay and graphite

Palate: Very full bodied and weighty with some evident tannins, and there's a brooding power from such low yields. Despite its heft, the old vines provide great complexity and a finish that is mineral and fresh

Food Pairing: Meat such as lamb, beef or venison, either grilled or with a spicy or peppery sauce, or with duck paté

About the wine: The vines for this bottling are over 65 years old, some as old as 100, and they are some of the oldest vines to be found on the plateau de Carbières (close to Château Montredon)

Country: Rhône, France

Grape Variety: Grenache 70%, Syrah 20%, Mourvèdre 10%

ABV: 15%

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