Anaïs leads off her production with an incredibly fresh, friendly (and downright gulp-able!) Côtes-du-Rhône red, which is a field blend of six grapes all picked and vinified together from the plots surrounding the winery. The vines are an average age of 40 years old, planted in activated calcareous limestone soil. The field blend consists of grenache, syrah, mourvèdre, cinsault, clairette, and bourboulenc, with fermentation and aging in traditional cement vats.
Site: Le Coriançon
Vine Age: 40 years
Soil: Silty clay
Vinification: Field blend of numerous grapes. Fermented with indigenous yeast and aged for a year in concrete tanks. No sulfur added at bottling.