Maxime Magnon Corbières Campagnès

Maxime Magnon Corbières Campagnès 2021

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Maxime Magnon
France > Languedoc-Roussillon > Corbières

In the Hautes-Corbières, a mountainous region of the Languedoc found between Narbonne and Perpignan, Maxime Magnon found a treasure: ancient vineyard parcels in steep, rocky soils destined to be abandoned, as local farmers were unwilling to break their backs for tiny yields of grapes that would inevitably get lost in the town co-op’s blend. Today, Campagnès is his greatest red, a century-old field Carignan that is fermented whole-cluster and bottled unfiltered.

A true Carignan with notes of black cherries and spices!
Bright and warm ripe fruit abounds.
The vines of this cuvée are more than 100 years old, entirely biodynamically grown.
To be enjoyed in its youth or for up to 10 years!
Pair with a roast beef or any rich, meaty stew.
Bottle Size: 75CL
ABV: 13.0%
Vintage: 2021

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Maxime Magnon

Maxime Magnon may be Burgundian by birth, but his incredible skill as a vigneron was not a result of being born into a family of winemakers or vineyard owners, it is due to the personal journey he has taken and those he has studied under. Initially heading south, he first settled in Morgon where he worked under Jean Foillard, then... Read More >>