The Assemat family have been running this domaine since 1961, when they replanted 250 vine parcels, surrounded by woodland and ‘garrigue’, or heathland. Known for its abundance of wild herbs, the landscape has its own unique aromas that carry on the breeze. Made entirely without oak, this wine is vibrant and youthful in both colour and aroma, with great freshness to the dense red fruit. Ample tannins provide a long, blackcurrant and liquorice-tinged finish. Best enjoyed in its youth or with 3-5 years’ cellaring at most.