Named for the mountain on which their vineyards lay, Domaine Montrose is located in the Languedoc, near Pézenas and the Mediterranean, and more specifically, in the Côtes de Thongue. The Coste family has lived in the area since the 16th century and have been making wine for over 300 years. Their vineyards sit on clay-limestone soil littered with small pebbles on the slopes of Montrose. They believe wine should be both beautiful and delicious, and made to accompany food and company. The wine pairs well with scallops, white fish dishes, tomato salads, and poultry with crispy ham.
Cépage: 65% Grenache, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Syrah
Taste: Fresh floral red and dark red fruits, with a hint of savory aromas. Palate is fruity and fresh, with a dry finish.