Domaine de Trévallon rouge 1994

Violent storms on 13, 14 and 17 September

The wine

Trévallon is known for its long aging process, more than 2 years for its reds. Racking is kept to a strict minimum, the lees found at the bottom of the barrels continue to nourish the wine during the ageing process


North Alpilles


Limestone and clay soil, very stony: Hauterivian et Barremian, second stage of the lower Cretaceous, less than 130 million years

In the vineyard

Beginning of the harvest: 12 September. End of the harvest: 24 October


No de-stemming, yeasting or sulphur. Ageing 24 months in foudres and barrels. Fining with fresh egg white. No filtration before bottling.


Cabernet sauvignon : 50%
Syrah : 50%


Decant before tasting and serve at 16°C
Aging potential of 20 years

Tasting notes

November 2007: November tasting in South Africa by Remington Norman. After some aeration, a touch of fennel and chocolate appear, the palate is fresh with good length in the mouth. Elegant. You think you are drinking an old burgundy. Difficult to know how it will develop