Set in a secluded valley between the picturesque village of Séguret and Mont Ventoux, Domaine de Mourchon was created 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.
Mour'News : Latest stories
Mourchon’s Pic Nic
Over two hundred and fifty Mourchon fans enjoyed a pulsating evening of singing and music at this year's Fête de Musique their picnic food matching a great quantity of the vineyard's white,…Read more
Winner of the after dinner question competition
This was the happy winner of the after dinner question competition at the Fork & Vine restaurant in Austin, Texas. The Mourchon wines paired very well with the restaurant's excellent food and…Read more
Flowering or bloom is now happening in the vineyards.
We can report today the weather is calm and hope that it continues. Any cold, wet and windy weather patterns now will have a negative effect on the next stage of fruit set, when the berries…Read more
Happy to be top !
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate recently published the results of their Côtes du Rhône 2012 vintage wine reviews in which Mourchon lead the field with our Family Réserve Grenache. As you will…Read more
Good news from Robert Parker Wine Advocate !
Mourchon's Family Réserve Grenache 2012 vintage has been awarded 95/100 points ! The review follows :
"The star of the show is the 2012 Seguret Family Reserve, which is up there with some…Read more