Saint-Joseph mots d'amour, domaine du mas du paradis
Nose of ripe black fruit (blackcurrant), spice and Syrah pepper. The palate is rich and expresses the minerality of the terroir.
Food and wine pairings:
Red meat or spicy white meat (open 1 hour before serving)
5 to 8 years
Le Mas du Paradis was the wine estate of Alban Pivat's great-uncle, Pierre Bonnard, who lived on Chemin du Paradise at the Petite Gorge, a hamlet located south of Chavanay, on the edge of the old National 86 and the foothills and vineyards. It was through these meetings that Alban acquired several vines which now constitute his 4-hectare estate.
Grape variety :
Granit soil on the commune of Malleval
Grapes harvested manually and sorted on the plot. In the cellar, destemming, alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel vats and maceration for about 3 weeks with punching down and pumping over. The malolactic fermentation is carried out in barrels.
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