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Marrenon - Vignobles en Luberon & Ventoux

Rue Amédée Ginies, 84240 La Tour D´Aigues

Telephone +33 4 90074065
Fax +33 4 90073077

This company is co-exhibitor of
Vinergie GmbH

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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 12): stand A10

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Robert Oustric

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.05  France
  •  Côtes du Rhône

Our products

Product category: Côtes du Rhône

Organic Luberon Rouge

Soil : Selected plots of chalky scree slopes located at the foot of the Luberon massif.

Grapes : Syrah 60% - Grenache Noir 40%

Harvest and Vinification : Harvest between late September and mid-October. Alcoholic fermentation between 20°C and 24°C. Soft extractions, maceration between 7 and 15 days. Free-run juice selection only.

Tasting Notes : Ruby red robe. Young and open nose of fresh fruits (raspberry, blackcurrant) and a hint of ripe fruits. Suave attack and coated matter with fresh fruits aromas and a hint of blackcurrant liqueur. Neat and fresh final.

Sommelier Advices : To be served fresh (16°C-18°C). It will be a great companion for red meats or game.

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Product category: Côtes du Rhône

Grand Marrenon Blanc

Soil : Small plots selected among our best terroirs, situated on rocky clayey and chalky slopes of Luberon. These soils give naturally small yield (30 hl/ha).

Grapes : 50% Vermentino, 40% Grenache blanc, 10% Clairette.

Harvest and Vinification : Harvest the first week of October of all the grape types, grape blending in the pressing. 60% of the blend is fermented in barrels, (30% of new barrels) and matured during 6 months. 40% of the blend is fermented in tank between 12°C and 14°C. Maturing on fine lees during 6 months and blending.

Tasting notes : The colour is straw-yellow with silver reflects. The nose expresses floral and fruity aromas with white flowers overtone (hawthorn, acacia) completed by yellow peaches. Wood is slightly percepted and well integrated. The mouth is developed on a well-balanced texture leading to wood and honey flavours. The whole set is dashing on fat balanced with a good acidity. The final reveals roast and vanilla overtones.

Sommelier advices : To be served at 12°C. This wine will ideally accompany a truffle omelette or spiny lobster. Wine for ageing to drink within 5 years.

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Product category: Côtes du Rhône

Classique Cépage Merlot Rosé

Soil : Plots located on clayey-calcareous or silty slopes.

Grapes : 100% Merlot.

Harvest and Vinification : Grapes harvested from early September to mid-September during the night. 100% pneumatic pressuring. First juice selection only. Vinification at low and controlled temperature.

Tasting Notes : Its intense pink robe has cherry reflections. Its aromatic palette associates red small fruits and mineral notes. Voluptuous palate, you will like it for its balance between freshness and sweetness. A pleasant wine to drink in all occasion.

Sommelier Advices : Best served between 8°C and 10°C, with assorted cooked meats or a Provencal salad.

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About us

Company details

MARRENON is, first and foremost, more than 40 years of human adventure shared by 700 wine-growers united into co-operatives and today working in a vineyard of 4500 hectares in the Luberon and the Ventoux regions.

The history of Humanity is made of great aspirations, so is ours. For the last five years, we have undertaken to build a new MARRENON generation, which will be both innovative, qualitative and open-minded.
MARRENON’s ambition is to be recognised for its high quality wines with strong personalities.

MARRENON‘s mission is to express the best potential of its terroir across the world to discover wines resulting from the enormous potential of its ‘terroir’ and the savoir-faire of the men who work it.

The MARRENON commitment is to satisfy the consumer while highlighting the magnificent but ecologically fragile lands and allowing the wine-makers to earn a worthwhile living as well as being proud of their produce.

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