Muscat Alexandrie which has been left for 6 weeks on the skins. This produces notes of bright, lively lemon, grapefruit citrus zip & clean minerality with great complexity. The freshness found in the wine will transport you to the Mediterranean where these grapes are grown.
Nikolaus and Carolin Bantlin originally came from Germany but fell in love with the south of France specifically the Rousillon. The vineyards at Les Enfants Sauvages are hidden by the surrounding garigue and with no neighbors in sight. The only threat is the overgrowth of vegetation, as well as wild pigs that are kept out of the vineyards by kilometers of stone walls that the Bantlin’s built. But with the vibrant growth around the vineyard, beneficial insects and birds naturally maintain the pest populations.
70cl / 12% ABV