• 2010

Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

£24.00 (excl VAT) per bottle



100% Cabernet Sauvignon


Average age of vines

40 years


Manually harvested, the grapes are sorted on the vine. Additional sorting is done on a sorting table in the cellar where the stems are removed and the grapes are pressed.


Prior to fermentation, the grapes are macerated at a low temperature (5 days) which is followed by controlled maceration and fermentation for approximately 30 days with daily winding and regular punching.


The wine is aged for 16 months in oak barrels, divided evenly between new barrels, barrels that have been used for a single vintage, and barrels that have been used for two vintages. New wood, one year old wood, and two year old wood.


Light terracotta colour.


Dominant notes of wet leather, hints of game, musk and pepper. Followed by lingering woody notes, chocolate, tobacco and spice.

On The Palate:

Strong tannins, chocolate/orange, prune and spices. Final notes of roasted spice.

Serving Suggestions:

"To accompany small game birds, creamy cheeses and black forest chocolate cake."
Bastien Collet
Head Sommelier at Chez Bruno, a Michelin 1* restaurant in Lorgues

"Stuffed tomato, moussaka, eggplant confit, rosemary smoked lamb shoulder, duck breast with blackberry coulis, tomatoes Provençal."
Chef Eric Sapet
La Petite Maison de Cucuron, a Michelin 1* restaurant in Cucuron

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