LVT 2018 r 2018 wh The first wine was in 2000, a new cellar built that year; Nathalie Fabre is the sister of Daniel Chaussy of Mas de Boislauzon. Her brother Patrick made wine at the Co-operative of Sérignan. Nathalie’s son Romuald, 30 in late 2019, was an electrician who started on the domaine in 2014, looking after the vineyard and helping Patrick on the vinifications. The domaine started to be organic in 2009, and officially so from 2012.
The 3.5 hectares of Châteauneuf-du-Pape are in the northern sector, and feature Grenache with some Mourvèdre in support, no Syrah. It is finding its way, with definite progress noted with the 2016 vintage: a **** Tradition red, and a ****(*) Réserve de Félicien (old Grenache) red. The Châteauneuf-du-Pape Caprice de Mathys red is 100% Mourvèdre, and good, under 1,000 bottles of it, though. The 2018 Tradition red was an aromatic, w.o.w. wine for early drinking.
There are 2.5 hectares of Côtes du Rhône Villages at orange, and 10 hectares of Côtes du Rhône split between Orange nord and the good soils of Sérignan du Comtat. Quality on their reds is OK, not more. There is a decent, unoaked Vin de France Merlot, up for grills.
Nathalie, brother Patrick Fabre, her son Romuald Quartier Boislauzon 84100 Orange
Tel: +33(0)6 03 34 10 45
Countries exported to: 1) Belgium 2) USA 3) Denmark 4) GB
Percentage Exported: 30%
British Importers: Colombier Wines +44(0)1283 552 552 www.colombiervinsfins.co.uk firstname.lastname@example.org
USA Importers: T.Edward Wines NY, 66 W Broadway Suite 406, New York, NY 10007, +1212 233 1504, www.tedwardwines.com