Brothers Benoit and Sébastien Danjou-Banessy took over the vineyard from their Grandfather in 2001. The family had a history of producing rancio, very traditional of the region. They were the first of their family to begin producing dry red and white. Domaine Danjou-Banessy uses a single-vineyard approach to winemaking across its 17 hectares of land. Dark black fruit, savory fig and olive hints at the nose, but the tannins are softer than one would expect. A wine of structure and power but shows restraint.
Grapes: Mourvèdre and Grenache Noir, 30 years old
Pairing: Veal with a blueberry reduction
Soil: Clay and limestone with galets roulés
Viticulture: Certified Organic with some biodynamic practices
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