winemaker : Paul Reder
Grape varieties : chasan, rolle, grenache and roussanne
Surface Winery: 13 ha
Annual production: 25.000
Certification: AB - organic wine
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|You will discover there on the hillside of the Mourre the vat shed, and the maison. The whole in a universe of cactus loaded with prickly pears, wild fig trees, rockery and many scents. Settled in 1973, theReder family raises sheep and in 1981 plants its first vines. Chasan and chardonnay, then white grenache, rolle and roussanne. --- Choice of white grape varieties in a region where whites are traditionally very much in the minority or even non-existent.||Today Paul alone manages the 14 hectares of vines planted between 140 and 180 metres above sea level. Only a part of the wines are bottled, a large part is still sold in bulk to the wine trade. Paul Reder never uses fertilisers or organic matter. The very dry, very permeable soil is naturally rich and the vine invades it at maximum depth to feed itself. The production, like Winery, is atypical. Unusual blends give complex results on 5 cuvées, including the flagship cuvee of Winery : Roucaillat. A natural wine that can be drunk young, but which gains in complexity over time.|