Château de Brau

This charming, unpretentious and quite sizeable (40ha) estate is owned by Gabriel and Wenny Tari and farmed organically; certified back in 1989 with the youngest Syrah and Pinot Noir now being converted over. It's split roughly into two big chunks - one around the winery and château, the other just off in the distance on rolling slopes at slightly higher altitude - with natural borders formed by the river to the south and wilder countryside to the north. Unusually, they have 15 different varieties planted, mostly red including oddities such as Fer Servadou (from the southwest) and Egiodola, an obscure crossing of Fer and Abourriou. Their Cabardès red blends are particularly impressive, although so is the Pinot Noir (rare to find such a good example in the south) and other varietal wines like Cabernet Franc and Merlot

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Picture of Château de Brau Cuvée Château 2016

Château de Brau Cuvée Château 2016

Ruby red with touches of pink illuminates your glass.
Picture of Domaine de Brau ZE Rosé 2016

Domaine de Brau ZE Rosé 2016

Bright reflections of grenadine pink.
Picture of Pure Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Pure Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Intense blackcurrant fruits, complex and full bodied.