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Chateau de la Clapiere

The 55-hectare vineyard, of which 32 hectares is Cru Classé, is located at the gateway to the fertile valley of Borrels and enjoys an exceptional micro-climate that influences the vines as well as the people and animals. The clay limestone soil is caressed by a sea breeze, which gives the syrah, grenache and cinsault rosés - such as the La Violette cuvée - extremely elegant floral notes. The reds, blended from grenache, syrah and carignan grapes, are round, supple and generously fruity. It’s no coincidence that people say La Clapière is the Romanée-Conti of Provence.