Terroir: Palistorti means ‘crooked posts’. The vineyard lies on very rocky soils where, most of the time, it is not possible to plant a post straight into the earth. Because of really hard rocks near the surface, one has to push the post at an angle as soon as the post hits one of them. The locals have taken the habit of calling this vineyard ‘palistorti’ hence the name of the cuvée.
Age of the vines: 15 to 20 years old.
Vinification: Grapes are hand-harvested. Grapes are put in a big open wooden tank where they start to crush the grapes by feet. After the fermentation, 40% of wine goes for ageing in cement tank and 60% goes in French barrels for a year. The wine is then bottled and kept for one more year at the estate before being released.
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