A red wine blended from three grape varieties. It is named after Alain Chabanon’s mother’s maiden name

Campredon 2017

AOP Languedoc
Organic and Biodynamic Certified

Blended from : Syrah, Mourvèdre and Grenache 
First launched : 2004

Alcoholic Grade : 12,5 %

Vines average age : 28 years.

Terroir and Vineyard Management: Arid, stony, clay & limestone soil. The vines are farmed biodynamically, certified by Demeter. The earth is ploughed and there is no use of fertilizers.
Yield: 30 hectolitres/hectare.
Harvest: Morning hand picking only into small open crates.
Vinification: After hand sorting on tables, the grapes are gravity fed into vats. No yeast is added. Traditional vinification with alternate cap immersion and pumping over. Four to Five weeks’ maceration. Pneumatic pressing.
Maturing: 10 months in stainless steel vats. Bottled in July 2018.
Production: 18,000 bottles and 600 magnums.
Serving suggestions: Serve between 15 and 17 °C.
At its peak: Probably 2020-2024.