Cépages: Cinsault

Originally from central Provence, this old grape variety is mainly grown in the Rhône Valley and Languedoc-Roussillon.
Highly resistant to drought, it was originally used to produce red wine.
Nowadays, Cinsault is most appreciated for its rosé wines.
Low in acidity, this grape expresses aromas of almond, redcurrant, nectarine and apricot.
Cinsault wines are pleasant, supple, light and pale in color.
It is often blended with other grape varieties such as Grenache to produce perfectly balanced wines.

Réserve Naturelle Cinsault
Les Estourettes
AOP Pic Saint Loup