Coteaux de Beziers
Aramon was once the most widely planted grape in France because of its resistance to mildew and ability to produce large quantities of light bodied, low alcohol red wine. Because of this history, it's often maligned and was mostly ripped out in the 1960s. A few older vines remain, and Emile & Rose produces an excellent red aged in amphora and lovely rosé that show the delicious potential of this long-overlooked variety.
Vineyards in Corneilhan and Pailhes
Vineyard size27 ha (total domaine)
Harvest typeHand Harvested
Total production average7,000 bottles
UPC Code Bottle794020260673