Cuvée Pech-Quisou Rouge has an intense purple color with ruby red reflections. On the nose it is elegant, generous and gives us aromas of cherries, acacia, liquorice, mocha and flint. In the taste it is smooth, open, mouth-filling and the tannins are nicely balanced.
The grapes are picked mechanically, after which the grapes are placed on the sorting table and completely destemmed. The fermentation takes place in cement barrels according to classic vinification. The maturation takes place in wooden barrels of 1 and 2 years old and in cement barrels.
Château Mignan is located in the Minervois in the South of France. Minervois is a wine-growing region located in Languedoc-Roussillon, between the cities of Narbonne and Carcassonne. Owner Christian Mignard makes his wines from grapes grown on clay and limestone in a vineyard of approximately 20 hectares. Christian comes from a winemaker family and is involved in making the most beautiful wines for other wine companies. Château Mignan is his own creation of which he is extremely proud. A relatively young wine company, founded in 2006. The "La Livinière" part of his company is considered to be the most typical and best terroir of the Minervois.