In typical French Winemaking tradition, the blending of noble grape varieties, the Carignan and the Grenache combine their nuances in this appealing medium dry red wine. Grown in the idyllic vineyards of the Languedoc region, the grapes were harvested in peak condition. Under careful temperature controls, the juice was slowly vinified. You will find this wine to be a harmonious blend of finesse and quality to be enjoyed on every occasion.
In 1982, Mr. Miodownick sent shockwaves throughout the French wine community when he produced the first kosher Château de Paraza, which was the first kosher wine to win a gold medal at the prestigious Foire de Macon French wine competition. From 1982 to 1986, Mr. Miodownick exclusively produced Vin de Pays from the Languedoc region.
In 1986 Mr. Miodownick began producing kosher productions of one of the most famous estate wines in France, Baron Edmund de Rothschild. After producing kosher Baron Edmund de Rothschild Haut Medoc, he began vinifying the great wines of France, such as St. Estephe, Margaux, Sancerre,Chablis, and many others. Recently, Mr. Miodownick ascended to the next level of winemaking as he produced some of the elite Classified Growths such as Chateau Leoville Poyferre, Chateau Giscours, and others. Mr.Miodownick also manages the production of Royal’s Spanish, as well as French, wines.