From: Languedoc, France
Varietal: 80% Syrah, 20% Grenache
Tasting Notes: Medium-bodied, dry. If you love aromatic wine, this is your jam. Velvet-red with purple highlights and an immense nose of flowers, kirsch, and animal notes. Piercing blackberry fruit on the palate is complemented by garrigue, mint, and juniper. Dry and structured on a finish of bitter herbs, coffee, light tannin, and another hit of kirsch.
Making his wine at the heart of Minervois in the town of Azille, Bernard Boudouresques grows fruit on a 300-year old farm covered with garrigue above ground (bushland composed of kermes oak, lavender, thyme, and white cistus), and a mixture of limestone, sandstone, and schist below ground. This terroir produces fleshy, dry wines, aromatic wines with balanced sugar and acids. Massiac is a blend of 80/20 Syrah and Grenache from the oldest vines planted on 21 acres of red grapes. The mature fruit goes through a month-long maceration and slow fermentation until it's racked into concrete vats for 18 months of aging.
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