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Maury rouge sec, Montpin, Pouderoux - 2018

With its dark ruby colour and violet hues, this beautiful red wine has a brilliant nose of black and red fruits with a hint of truffle, liquorice and black pepper, reminiscent of its schistose origin. The palate is disconcertingly vinous and fine, with silky, greedy tannins. If it can be enjoyed at 15-16°, it will become more complex after 3 to 10 years in the cellar.
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Black schists located on the upper part of the Maury appellation, at an altitude of 300 metres.


Harvested from a selection of bunches by plot, hand-picked. Vinification in stainless steel vats, maceration with light punching down. Aged in used oak demi-muids for 12 months.

Suggestions for accompaniment

Spit-roasted duck - Leg of lamb confit, rosemary potatoes.


At the CAVE, we have a passion for Roussillon, whether it be for the great natural sweet wines in all their forms, or for dry wines, which have never been so accomplished in this southern region, but which are capable of producing unique and endearing wines with a tightrope walker's balance.For six generations, the Pouderoux family has been cultivating the vines on the schist and red clay terroirs of Maury, in the upper Agly valley. If the grandfather was one of the pioneers of the AOC, his grandson was able to diversify into the production of great sweet and now dry red Maury wines. The property has been converted to organic farming with certification. The vinification has been softened in the extractions and the maturing, relatively long, is now done only in used barrels or vats, in order not to wear out the beautiful and fragile fruit of the grenache. The result is pleasing. 2023, the year of transition at Domaine Pouderoux. Indeed, Robert and Cathy Pouderoux are gradually giving way to Louise Tanguy and Léo Hemmer Bury. 2023 will be the year of the handover to Maury, while continuing the transmission to partners and customers.


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