The wine
Legend has it that Phoenician ships, carried on a steady sea breeze (“brise marine"), landed on the Mediterranean coast in the 6th century BC. They brought with them the knowledge of vine growing and winemaking.
To celebrate the legend, the Estandon winemakers have created this "Brise Marine" vin de pays and invite you to taste the fruit of their region’s history.
Provence. Shallow, schist and silty soils. Foothills of the Massif des Maures
on sunny hillside slopes.
Harvested by machine at night. Short maceration. Pressing. Thermo-regulated alco-holic fermentation. Prevention of malolactic fermentation. Traditional vinification in stainless steel vats.
Responsable Technique du Vignoble
Stephan Reinig
Maitre de Chai
Catherine Huguenin

Tasting advices

Tasting notes
Purple shades, spicy on the nose, supple and finely balanced on the palate.
Serve at 16°C. Enjoy within 2 years.
Food pairing
This red vin de pays can be enjoyed in winter with red meat in sauce dishes or paired with cheeses made with cow’s milk at the end of the meal.