Description/ Tasting NotesDark red rode, typical nose but still very delicate with aromas of ripe red fruits (raspberry, strawberry, red currant) and a hint of spices. In the mouth, the wine is generous and powerful with fine tannins.
Winery Info/ Brand
Since 1965, Located in the heart of the Regional Nature Park of Luberon, a biosphere reserve recognized by UNESCO, Marrenon is first and foremost a combined story of men and terroir. Ardent defenders of their region and its sublime landscapes, shaped by vineyards, olive trees, cherry The mythical mountains, Luberon to the south (1,125 m) and Ventoux to the North (1,912 m), forge the character of these appellations: maximum exposure to the sun, tempered by the altitude and the thermal amplitude thanks to the proximity of the Southern Alps, gentle slopes and limestone hillsides, rolling hills exposed to the benefits of the Mistral wind… All these factors favor the outstanding expression of this mosaic of terroirs Marrenon benefits from. trees and lavender fields, in love with their Provençal villages, the Winegrowers of Marrenon are the guardians of an authentic land. The richness and the diversity of the soils, limestone screes, round pebbles, safres, are the ideal cradle for Syrah and Grenache, the two main grapes, and the white Vermentino, the pride of the House.
Region Info/ Origin
Three mountain ranges from west to east: the Little Luberon, the Big Luberon and the Oriental Luberon are situated in the middle of Provence in the far south of France. The valleys from north and south comprise a number of towns and villages as well as agricultural land. Most of the successful wine produced from Provence are plentiful and made affordable to go around the world to reach wine lovers.