The domain's flagship wine; predominantly Mourvèdre. A Saint-Chignan marked by its racy tannins, concentration, elegance and freshness. Great value for money! More info
This wine features a deep, dark colour, while the nose offers up aromas of fresh fruit. It is complex and elegant on the palate. Its wonderful acidity and length on the palate hint at fantastic ageing potential.
In 1976, Isabelle and Mathieu Champart marked their homecoming by starting to put together a small vineyard through the gradual purchase of old vines and abandoned terroirs. They produced their first own-labelled bottling in 1988: prior to that, their grapes were sent to the co-operative. They run their 25-hectare domain according to organic principles, and the great diversity of the soil in which the vines grow (limestone-clay, marl, or plain limestone soil), and the wide range of grape varieties used, enable the domain to produce wines with a strong typical character.
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