A deep, dark hue, this intense cuvée has vibrant notes of cedar, eucalyptus, black pepper and plum. Silky tannins bring its powerful flavours to the generous finish characteristic of its Roquebrun terroir.
We de-stem and then soak the grapes for seven weeks, creating unctuous depth. After fermentation, the wine is matured on lees in Burgundy oak barrels for a full 42 months, perfecting its exceptional, long finish.
The vineyard is quietly nestled in the Haut-Languedoc national park and we are delighted to welcome visitors for tastings, walks and more. With sweeping views down to the Mediterranean and, at our heart, the huge meteorite crater after which we are named, it is a truly one-of-a-kind place to visit.
Find out more about visiting the domaine, tastings, exploring the area and more.
Here at the Domaine, we believe in celebrating the very best of the area’s produce. Just as our wines are an expression of the landscape, the local foods are too. At dinners beneath the stars and picnics in the vineyard, all our food is local, organic and chosen because of its representation of the land.