« AOC Muscat de St. Jean de Minervois is fortified wine—fermentation is stopped with a fortification of 8-10% pure grape
spirit when fermentation has lowered the sugars to only 125 g/litre. Fortification brings finished wine to 15 degrees.
Oh Sweet Providence ! »
Pineapple, and roses aromas. Astounding apéritif to accompany Roquefort toasts or over fruit pie.
Nicole didn't come to St Jean to make muscat--but once here there's no denying that muscat is the soul of the village.
We saved these old carignans, the oldest planted in 1911, from being ripped out and perhaps that’s why they’ve been
giving their best. Carignan, treated seriously and respectfully, returns the flavour.
With Carignan, you have to taste to judge ripeness— you wait for the seeds to be crunchy brown and the moment when you finally exclaim “ahh, that’s
When tasting, the sensations that come first are: purety and balance. The richness of the fruit and tannins, make this
wine the perfect seducer. Blackberry color, cherry and laurel nose.
Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan, Grenache and Terret noir
A red wine, frank and fresh—red fruit, fluidity and a touch of tannin. 8 days skin time for this blend of all our red varietals,
aging in tank only.
In St. Jean, the soil is only white gravel ; in our youngest vine, under these rocks innumerable crickets find shade
from the scorching Mediterranean sun. At night they come out to play (and during the day, they are under the rocks).
VDP (igp) Côtes du Brian.
Great with grilled meat, Italian food or tomato cuisine.