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The climate in the Southern Rhone is extremely warm in the summer, with consistent
temperatures in the 90's during July and August. This makes rich, full-bodied, and
spicy wines. The soil is similar to that of Chateauneuf-du-Pape, with massive rocks
called "galets" dotting the vineyards. The old bush vines of Garrigue are planted on
these "galets" and for most of the vineyards, there is not soil present to the eye, just
This property focuses on making wines with minimal manipulation to let the terroir
speak through the wines. The old vines of Domaine de la Garrigue were planted in the late 1940's, just after the Germans left the area following the second World War. Before the war, the area was planted primarily to other crops, including sunflowers and tomatoes. However, the Romans were making wine here centuries ago and shipping it hundreds of miles away. Hence, the cuvee name "Cuvee Romaine".