Bunches of Grenache and Syrah grown on chalk and clay soils are strictly sorted to produce this cuvee. Hand made harvests and traditional wine making process express a pleasant color together with red and black fruits scents (blackberry, plum). A sweet touch of liquorice enhances the beautiful palate.
Since several generations our family is linked to Gigondas. Owner of 7 hectares (17 acres) near the village where vines and olive trees already...
Since several generations our family is linked to Gigondas. Owner of 7 hectares (17 acres) near the village where vines and olive trees already grown together for more than a century, my grand father also named Pierre Amadieu, decides in 1929 to bottle his Gigondas. He is one of the firsts to print the name of the appellation on his bottles and obtains from 1932 for his cuvee Clos de la Paillouse a golden medal in the Agricultural Concours of Paris.