The Domaine de Mourchon range of wines continues to grow. The initial range of three wines, the Grande Réserve and Tradition reds, and the Loubié rosé has grown in recent years to include a Châteauneuf-du-Pape, two special cuvée limited edition reds, a white wine and an entry level Côtes-du-Rhône red.
The very first wine and still best seller is the Côtes-du-Rhône Villages Séguret Tradition red… a classic Côtes du Rhône Villages red, blending Grenache, Syrah and Carignan grapes and matured in unlined concrete casks.
The oak conditioned Grande Réserve blends Grenache and Syrah, this time from the oldest vines, and has consistently received excellent reviews from the world’s best wine critics.
Add to that our rosé, Loubié, blending Grenache and Syrah to produce the ideal wine for Provençal aperitifs, but a wine of enough depth and complexity to also accompany a wide range of foods.
As the range developed, an entry level Côtes-du-Rhône has been added. This is a typical simple Rhône blend offered at a competitive price for easy drinking. Ideal for barbecues or ‘steak frites’.
In 2005 has been added a single varietal special cuvée – the Family Reserve – produced in very limited quantity from our oldest Grenache vines. It is not made every year and even when it is, when the Grenache is at its best, it’s in very small quantities. Grapes are hand-picked and barrel fermented to produce this limited edition special wine.
The year after, a Syrah based Family Reserve has been added too. It is also made only in top years, again in very small, controlled quantities, all by hand.
Our Family Reserves very rarely make it out of the country. Come to the vineyard to try and buy!
2010 sees the introduction of two more wines – a Chateauneuf-du-Pape red of very exciting quality, and a fresh and lively Côtes-du-Rhône White.
To complement our range of wines, we also have a range of cosmetics and conserves.