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Set in a secluded valley between the picturesque village of Séguret and Mont Ventoux, Domaine de Mourchon was acquired by the McKinlay family in 1998. The vineyard had some twenty hectares of mature vines but no facility to make wine so, using modern technology and high standards, a winery was constructed and completed in 2000.
The terraced hillside vineyard, at an average altitude of 350m, is based predominately clay and grey limestone which, combined with a microclimate, gives the location a terroir of unique quality. Careful husbandry using natural and organic techniques – ‘agriculture raisonnée’ as it is known in France – in conjunction with combined traditional and advanced methods of vinification results in a well structured wine with pronounced fruit aromas and strong colours.
Now receiving international recognition and praise you are invited to discover Domaine de Mourchon and its wines.
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Good news from Sweden’s wine journalists
We are pleased to announce the Domaine de Mourchon Family Reserve Syrah 2010 & the Mourchon Chateauneuf du Pape 2010 have been been awarded ‘Bästa Köp’ (Best Buy) in VIN ALLT OM (All About Wine) , issue December 2013, Sweden. We have always had a strong feeling they are going to enjoy these wines. Ironically Read More
Mourchon in Beveren, Belgium
It will be a pleasure to meet our customers at the following event kindly hosted by Soete Huys in Beveren on December 14th, please follow this link below for further informations. An event where we will be showing a large range of wines follow vintages back to 2006 ! http://www.soetehuys.be/pages//posts/feestwijndegustatie-107.php?det=107
Cycling and Wine make a great match
Apart from making wine Domaine de Mourchon is fast becoming the Mecca of cycling in the Rhône valley. Pictured here are a group of American biking enthusiasts from Maine enjoying the Vaucluse countryside. Their week’s ride itinerary was organised by Robert Deeley of cycleventoux.com who uses the Mourchon Gîte as a base for cycle tours Read More
Finished at last!
This year’s harvest started late and as just been completed – Wednesday 16th October – four weeks later than the 2012 harvest. The photo shows the pickers celebrating a job well done.
The 2013 harvest begins at last
Seen here Grenache grapes arriving at the winery reception on this, the first day of the 2013 harvest which is three weeks later than normal. These grapes will be blended with Syrah for the Mourchon Loubié Rosé wine. Debbie our ‘ Queen of the vines ‘ is working hard helping the grapes into reception for Read More