The wine's name evokes an incredible love story, a tumultuous, mysterious, and poetic romance between two grape varieties: Grenache and Syrah. Like Romeo and Juliette, they come from very different terroirs... However, unlike the Shakespeare play, they ripen together, are picked at the same time, and are fermented and aged in the same barrel for their love to blossom... Walking a fine line between tradition and modernity, this combination of silkiness, finesse, and power is impressively generous and elegant. Fiancée represents an alliance between opposites, the complementarity between male and female, and passion without restraint.
A work of art Carlos Pazos, an artist from Barcelona and winner of the Spanish Plastic Arts Prize in 2004, is very attached to France. An eccentric, intense bon vivant, he lives there most of the year. A great friend of the family, and very much in love with wines from the Domaine, he represented the pleasures, both secret and exuberant, that the wine gives him in a painting that is reproduced on the label.