While traditional Bordeaux chateaux mix together grapes from all over their vineyard, Le Dôme represents terroir in its truest sense, being a ‘single-vineyard’ wine. Le Dôme’s terroir has a single identity, and a real personality, that they do everything in their power to unearth. The result is a wine as rare in character as it is in quantity. Despite its grapes being hand-picked and hand-sorted, Le Dôme is a wine that you’ll be lucky to get your hands on. With a limited release of roughly 2,500 cases each vintage. Le Dôme
is made with majority (~80%) Cabernet Franc as if often referred to as ‘high-octane’ and ‘on steroids’, it opens it up to its freest and fullest extent – revealing a wine that is wild, opulent and fragrant as well as being rich, concentrated and lively. It’s a wine that drinks well after 3-4 years but stays alive for decades.