Terres Basses in French means ‘low lands’ and that is precisely where it is located on our Estate. Due to its low elevation and unique terroir, Terres Basses encourages early ripening and produces small berries with thick skins. Unlike the rest of our Estate, the grapevines in Terres Basses perch in clay soil called Hazelair, which result in a wine that is very dark, rich, and powerful.
Alcohol: 13.4% | pH: 3.58 | TA: 6.4 g/L
Composition: Dijon 115
Notes of wild game, lilacs, blueberries, and dark minerality with richness and tremendous length on the finish.