The Clos de la Brussière embodies the family history at the Domaine Boisson. This cuvée comes from a single section of land surrounded by a stone wall, and is produced on vines with a low yield of 28 hl/ha, planted in 1961. The vines give a different definition of Grenache as they come from a particular terroir with no chalk or flint. The wine is complex, with mineral features, well-structured and full-bodied.

Grape Varieties
60% Grenache, 30% Mourvèdre, 10% Carignan

Tasting Notes
Colour: Ruby red, with tinges of garnet.
Nose: The aroma reveals scents of black fruit (blackberry), and stone fruit (Kirsch, prune) -along with fragrances of the native herbs of the Garrigue -wild laurel and thyme.

Mouth: Rich and full-bodied, it is powerful in the mouth with a structure of silky tannins. The flinty soil on which the vines grow brings a mineral freshness which leads the wine to a final impression of strength and complexity

Serve with              
This wine provides a wonderful accompaniment to the finest French dishes such as fillet mignon of pork or beef tournedos. After ageing a number of years it would be an excellent partner for truffle-based recipes.