The area of the Sainte-Victoire is bathed in a fascinating light which makes it a preferred site for wine growing and is also the highest vineyard of Sainte-Victoire mountain’s slope, Domaine de Saint-Ser which has particularly distinctive soils and enjoys a southern exposure.
This wine is a blend of mostly Syrah with Grenache and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon picked when fully ripe. Powerful on the nose with morello cherry notes and ample, rounded mouth feel.
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