Chateau Dalmeran Rouge 2010
- Organic Practice
Region: Baux de Provence, France
Grape Varieties: Grenache, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon
No chemical fertilizers, no herbicides. Aged in oak barrels (foudres) for 24 months, and aged in bottles for 5 years before releasing in market. Less than 25,000 bottles per year.
Rich nose of red fruit and berries characterise this wine. Full body, long and silky tannins.
- Concours De Vins De Vignerons Independants 2015: Gold
- Hong Kong Restaurant & Bar Award 2016: Bronze (Red Wine)
Food Pairing: Chinese roast-goose, Coq Au Vin
Located on the northern slope of Provence's Alpilles, the domaine is part of the small, quality-conscious Les Baux de Provence AOC - 85% of vineyards are now organically cultivated. Most of its vignerons practice organic viticulture, and their efforts towards sustainable, low-intervention viticulture is facilitated aided by the area's warm, dry climate, which reduces the risk of rot and disease and reduces the need for chemical interventions. Since 2000s, the domaine was already under organic conversion, and the winery received organic certified in 2010, and vegan certified in 2011.