Legend: Var’s Last Wolf Legend states that Var’s most fearsome wolves sought shelter in Coulombaud (the Valley of Coulombaud). This isn’t noise pollution. It is the invasion of civilisation. It was originally owned by Mr. Coulomb in 1640. Because his family had two wolves, he added an extra coat to his arms. This oak forest serves as a barrier and hides the wolf. You can still see it today. CoulombaudThey were allowed to take a break and relax. CoulombaudThe shepherds say they saw the Wolf last week, and now are returning. Coulombaud’s Renaissance years. The vine was restored to its original habitat in 1940. The tedious task of returning Land to its owners began at the beginning of the 21st century. ProvenceIts purpose is to harvest oil from trees and mistral winds and garrigues. It was planned to rebuild the 1640 bastide. The wells were rebuilt and the pathways were also repaired. The authentic décor was finally integrated into the newer cellar. The olive grove and vineyard are currently being built. These weren’t there and no pesticides nor other chemicals were used. The team managed to squeeze into the stunning environment with great discretion. All products have received the ECOCERT Label.
Coulombaud believes in producing superior red wines from only the finest grapes. Shirazgrapes/Syrah are slowly reaching the same warmth and quality as northern Rhone wines. This area has many Gold Medals (Medaille d’Or) and numerous red wine awards. Provence 2017, and 2018.
The success of the reds has led to further development of the production of barrel aged versions of both the 2017 and 2018 cuvées. They will soon be available, and early samples show that these wines are comparable to top.-Qualitative Syrah wine levels. Cornas and Hermitage wines, as well as Cote Rotie both come from the Rhone.
These look like dark red cherries. However, they’re opaque and reflect heat from the south. These are very tasty. “fruit forward”This wine has a lot of black cherry and raspberry flavor. This wine is smooth in finish, and rich in spices.
France is recognized as Country of Origin. Alcohol Content 13.5%. Brand: Domaine de Coulombaud Vintage: 2017 Dominant Varietals: Red: Syrah/Shiraz Maker: MLMV Wines SARL Allergy: Contains sulphites