The vineyards of Château de la Galinière cover 18.5 hectares at the foot of the plateau Cengle next to Aix-en-Provence, in the town of Châteauneuf-le-Rouge. The soil is poor and shallow, consisting mainly of clay, limestone and bauxite. It is the latter which gives it its characteristic red color.The vines are on average 30 years old and are located 300 meters above sea level. Mechanical harvesting is carried out at night to harvest the grapes in cooler temperatures. Le Cengle is situated on the mountain of Sainte-Victoire. Characterized by its red soil, the vineyards extend over 74 hectares. The vineyard is fully trellised to combat the onslaught of the mistral and capture maximum brightness. The Château began organic farming in 2014.
md-lecengleLe Cengle Rose, Cotes de Provence
Crisp, fresh, balanced citrus flavors with berries. Clean, dry, and fresh on the finish. Perfectly balanced.
md-lecengle-rougeLe Cengle Rouge, Cotes de Provence
Dark garnet color. Powerful and complex nose: strawberry, violet, black olives, spices. The palate is rich, full and silky. A radiant wine, sweet and tasty, to discover now.