Only available as a rosé, this cuvée is the fruit of the richness and the the complexity of a preserved and unique Provençal terroir, by...
"Winegrowers in Mediterranean lands for 3 generations."
If the family has its roots in the soil of Provence, not far from Pierrefeu du Var, it is on the other side of the Mediterranean that the adventure of these farmers began in the soul. Citrus orchards preceded the birth of the vineyard. Very famous at the time, the Ravel oranges even participated in the creation of the orangettes of the famous stéphanoise confectionery.From the 50's, François-Joseph Ravel refocuses his activity in Provence around the family cradle. The Château Montaud is restored, the adjoining land is shaped into large terraces with schist soil, the first vineyard plantations in Provence start and a wine cellar is created.Then it is the turn of Château Guiranne, Château l'Oasis and finally Château Garamache to enter the family bosom.
Their lands radiate around Pierrefeu and each one brings its own characteristics.Cultivation is always at the heart of the family's priorities; over the years, vines and olive trees have replaced orchards of peaches, nectarines and other fruit trees.François-Louis Ravel and his wife Béatrice took up the technical and commercial challenges of the 70's to 90's by developing the export sector to a large extent. Since then, it has been Frédéric Ravel's turn to take up the new challenges that climate change and the changing world are throwing at us. Reasoned culture, new markets, new technologies... With the 21st century, the adventure continues on the Terres de Ravel, which today offers you certified products with High Environmental Value.
This wine with salmon nuances releases notes of sweet spices and white flowers. The well-proportioned, generous palate reminds us of the very good maturity of the grapes and unfolds a more lively finish. A consistent rosé that is well in its vintage.Buy