Frère et Soeur, Château des Adouzes, AOP Faugères

VINTAGE: 2018.

APPELLATION: AOP Faugères, Sud de France.

GRAPES: 70% grenache noir, 25% syrah, 5% mourvèdre.

TERROIR: Schist hillsides at 200 400 m 650 1300 ft) altitude

WINEMAKING:  Traditional vinification Hand harvest at optimal maturity. Grapes are sorted in the vineyard. Each varietal is vinified separately in order to obtain the best of their individual properties. Ageing in French oak barrels for 12 months

TASTING NOTES: Intense ruby red color Notes of f resh red fruit, cassis and black pepper aromas combine with hints of cinnamon, garrigue and vanilla Silky tannins and structured, yet with elegance and freshness, followed by a languorous finish.

SERVICE: Drink with steak tartare, beef tournedos or aged cheeses. Can be drunk young to enjoy its fruit, or after several years of cellaring to reveal its full aromatic complexity.

NOTES : 92pts Robert PARKER – Wine Advocate.



Category: Product ID: 1194


Rare schist soils with exceptionally low yields (20hl/ha) and old, deeply-rooted vines provide great depth and astounding balance to this wine.
Frère et Soeur is the fruit of our best plots.
It is a rare and exclusive wine made with no compromises.

Note Parker et Robinson

In 2018 only 1900 bottles of this artisanal and exclusive cuvée were produced.