Located near Avignon, at the heart of the Rhone Valley, the fortified stronghold of Bonpas, from the French “Bon passage”, has watched over the safe crossing of the Durance River along the historic route that once linked Rome with Avignon. The estate marks the gateway to the southern Côtes-du-Rhône appellations and opens its gates to the discovery of the region’s terroirs. Its sophisticated, elegant wines embody the terroirs and varietals of this famous region through their power and fruitiness.
Old alluvial deposits of round and flat stones, calcareous marl and limestone soil.
Direct pressing for refinement and aromatic purity. Fermentation at low temperature with control of temperatures to preserve the fresh aromas
Colour: Light and fresh.
Nose: Expressive of fresh summer fruits (apricot, peach) with exotic mango notes. It then opens up to flavours of citrus fruit and white flowers (acacia, hawthorn).
Finish: A fresh lively attack on notes of white flowers. This wine is very harmonious, revealing good balance with roundness, and flavour that persists on the palate.
Ideal serving temperature around Service: 14°C - Ideal as an aperitif as well as with oysters, grilled sea bass.