Cotes du Roussillon
Immortelle is a wine that was designed to reflect the remarkable region from which it comes. Named after an indigenous flower that retains its structure and colour long after picking, Immortelle is a wine of outstanding quality, produced within the Roussillon, in the foothills of the Pyrénées.
Although the wine varies from vintage to vintage, depending on conditions, Immortelle is a wine that always combines freshness and vitality, characteristics which stem from the soil and the climate.
The soil is granitic and poor. The climate is hard and extreme, combining the heat of the Southern sun with the cold and rain of the mountains at a height of between 350 and 600 metres, and the effects of the Tramontane wind.
The vineyard sites are primarily in Tautavel and Latour de France and are principally composed of extremely old vines, many over 100 years old, and planted with Carignan, Syrah, Mourvedre and Grenache Noir.