Blackcurrants, density & richness...

From the plot names "Hautes Bruyères", these soils are stony and so result in slightly withered grapes. The harvest is de-stemmed and maceration is for 1.5 months. The juices are then extracted by gravity in barrels and aged for 18 months with 4 to 5 toppings. The barrels are then racked to put the wine back in mass. A clarification is done naturally by 2 to 3 rackings before bottling. Les Hautes Bruyères is aged in the cellar for 4 to 5 years.

Match it with: Hearty meat dishes


  • Red
  • Cabernet Franc
  • France, Loire
  • Les Terres Blanches
  • Dry
  • 14.00%
  • Ready to Drink And Will Improve