Domaine Gramenon La Mémé is a natural, ecological and organic red wine that is made with the Garnacha Tinta variety by the Domaine Gramenon biodynamic winery in the AOC Côtes du Rhône region, France.
Michéle Aubéry and her son Maxime-François Laurent currently cultivate a total of 26 hectares of old vines in the French town of Montbrison. Here, the Garnacha variety in particular expresses itself powerfully through biodynamic cultivation and the most natural wines, which perfectly represent the characteristics of the grapes and soils.
Domaine Gramenon La Mémé comes from two plots of centuries-old vines with an average of 120 years old. These are strains planted on siliceous and shell sandstone soils at an altitude of 350 metres and cultivated under Demeter biodynamic certification. The harvest is carried out manually when the grapes are perfectly ripe.
In the winery, Domaine Gramenon La Mémé is naturally vinified. To do this, the grape is partially destemmed and allowed to macerate for about 18 days. Fermentation takes place spontaneously with native yeasts and, depending on the vintage, a small amount of sulphites are added. Finally it ages in barrels for 12 months.
Domaine Gramenon La Mémé is of one of the most typical wines from a leading winery in the production of natural and biodynamic wines. A delicious Garnacha with great intensity and freshness.