Here Le Havre de Paix references the beautiful rolling hills, coastal lagoons and hills of the Aude region of South West France. The reds of Aude are classically light, fruity and easy drinking.
Ruby red, medium intensity
Red fruit, spices, red currants.
Semi-dry, pleasant, easy to drink, supple, light, undemanding, round.
The grapes are harvested, destemmed, crushed, hot macerated and pressed. The wine is stored in vats. Then the wine is racked, filtered and bottled.
Light soils made up of alluviae and sand. One of their properties is that they heat up quickly.
13% alc vol
|Units of Alcohol per Bottle||9.8 units|
|Cellaring Potential||1 year max|
|Allergen Information||Contains Sulphites|
This wine may be served by itself or with a large number of dishes such as red meat, cold meats, salad and cheese. Drink young. Best served at 10-12°C
|Origin||Aude, South West France|