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||Grenache / Garnacha
The Latour family has been making
wine at Domaine de la Damase since 1872 when the
estate was purchased. Sebastien Latour works the
vineyards and makes wine with parents Bernadette and
Serge. He is the 5th generation of the Latour family to
make wine there. Sebastien Latour's mother Bernadette
Latour is the official owner (gerant) and therefore you
see her name at the labels. She lives in the house
beside the domain. Sebastien lives in the mansion of
the estate but he's often occupied in the vineyards.
Domaine de la Damase is small (12 ha of vines),
organically farmed and have been in conversion into
agriculture biologique since 2011. The winery might
have remained obscure to Americans, at least, if it
werenât for Kenny Likitprakong, a Sonoma County winemaker and owner of Hobo Wine Company who befriended the
Latour family and imports some of their wines. Sebastien did a one-year internship with Kenny Likitprakong in Santa Cruz
in 2002 which was the first vintage for Hobo Wine Company.
Sebastien and his parents make wines labeled as Cotes du Rhone and Cotes du Rhone Villages Plan-de-Dieu. They also
make single varietal bottlings of Grenache and Mourvedre, which because they put "Grenache" and "Mourvedre" on
the label instead of Cotes du Rhone, French law says these wines are technically "Vin de Pays de Vaucluse."
Wine Description: The Vin de Pays du Vaucluse Grenache is intended to be a simple straight forward, fruit forward,
Earth forward Southern Rhone Valley Grenache. A combination of old and young vine Grenache from Cote du Rhone
and Vin de Pays vineyards fermented and aged in concrete tanks. 100% Whole Cluster. Drink through 2017 at least.