Grapes, Lledoner Pelut, Syrah
Serving: as cold as possible
About: 70% Lledoner and 30% Cinsault. Hand harvested, direct pressed and spontaneously fermented, elevage takes place in stainless steel tanks.
Domaine d'Adrien began back in 2016 when Adrien, a young Belgian, settled in the South of France before being engrossed in the wine making process. In 2020, Adrien joined forces with Saskia after she came over for the harvest and never left. The pair now operate a 24ha estate and have changed the wineries name to Domaine Montluzia, meaning Mount Light in Occitan- the historic language of Languedoc.
Direct pressed before being aged in steel for 5 months. A beautiful apricot colour with a fruity nose and a really fresh mouth. An amazing aperitif wine to be drank as cold as possible.