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Vin de la Solitude Blanc

 Vin de la Solitude is a tribute to our ancestor Paul Martin, who was one of the first French winemakers to sell his wine in bottles in the 18th century under the name “Vin de la Solitude”. 

  • Made according to the 18th-century vinique art with very different blends where Grenache is not dominant. 
  • The wine consists of a large number of co-fermented grapes with much longer macerations than those made today. 


 Vin de la Solitude Blanc

 45% Clairette, 20% Roussanne, 20% Grenache Blanc, 5% Clairette Rosé, and the balance Bourboulenc and Picpoul. 



  • Total production: 1600 bottles et 150 magnums

Vinification and aging: 

  • The grapes of each grape variety are harvested by hand and then put in vats over their maturity. 
  • The first varietal Syrah is tanked in early September while the latter, Counoise early October. 
  • They are cofermented in whole bunches in a wooden conical tank. 
  • The alcoholic fermentation is very long, it lasts more than a month and the vatting has lasted 80 days. 
  • Aged for 18 months in barrel the wine is then bottled without fining or filtration.

Tasting notes: Floral nose with black berries and spices. A mouth with aromas of cassis, bouquet of garrigue. It is an elegant and refined wine, tannic while remaining fresh. Storage: Drink now until 2030. 

Serving temperature: 60F° to 65F°.



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