In 2001, Hervé Gantier and José Ratero purchased Domaine Sainte-Eugénie in the ancient winemaking village of Bizanet. Located in the celebrated district of Fontfroide, the domaine consists of 60 hectares, 45 hectares of which are planted to vineyards. They distinguish themselves by rich subterranean aquifers, which supply the vines with the water they need to stave off the dry heat. Coupled with breezes from the Mediterranean, south-blowing winds from the Cevennes Mountains work to cool the grapes and help them retain their vibrancy.
45% Merlot, 20% Carignane, 20% Grenache, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon
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Wine Name: 2014 Le Clos Millesime, Red Wine, Domaine Sainte Eugenie, France
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