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70% Aramon from 90 year old vines and the remainder is made of Cincault, Terret, Noir de la Calmette, Alicante, Muscat d'Alexandria and Malbec. Aramon is grown primarily in the Languedoc, it requires a warm climate, and used to be France's most widely cultivated grape but has fallen in sharp decline. It can make excellent wines given the proper soil conditions and lower yeilds. This is done with wild yeast fermentation, carbonic maceration, no filtering, and little to no sulfite additions.