La Mongestine

La Mongestine Bob Singlar Rouge 2022


Bob Singlar Bob Rouge 2022 offers a vibrant blend of Pinot Noir, Merlot, Marselan, and Roussanne. This natural wine features refreshing red fruit aromas of strawberry, raspberry, and cranberry. With a 12.3% alcohol content, it is unfiltered and minimally sulfured, highlighting its pure and lively character.

Dry/Sweet:, Dry
Wine Type:, Red
Wine Style:, Light Body
Grapes:, Pinot Noir
Farming:, Organic
Vintage:, 2022
Alcohol:, 12.3%
Country:, France
Region:, Provence
Appellation:, NA
Bottle Size:, 750ml
Sugar level:, Low Sugar, Zero Added Sugar

Food Pairing Ideas:

Duck with peanut and tamarind flapjack.


Producer profile

La Mongestine

La Mongestine Winery, located in the Provence Verdon region near the village of Artigues, spans over 120 hectares with vineyards ranging from 250 to 450 meters in altitude. Established as an organic winery in 2014, La Mongestine practices biodynamic viticulture, focusing on grape varieties such as Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault, Vermentino, and Grenache Blanc.

The winery produces wines using spontaneous fermentation and low-intervention methods. Their wine lineup includes blends like Bob Singlar Rouge, which combines Marselan, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Roussanne, and Les Monges Rouge, featuring Grenache and Syrah. These wines are known for their expressive and aromatic profiles, reflecting the unique terroir and microclimate of the region.

Wine region

Provence, France

The Provence wine region in southeastern France is celebrated for its rosé wines, constituting approximately 90% of its production. Provence stretches along the Mediterranean coast, from the Rhône River in the west to the Côte d'Azur in the east. The region's wine history dates back over 2,600 years, making it the oldest wine-producing area in France.

1. Côtes de Provence: The largest and most prominent appellation, covering around 20,000 hectares. It produces mainly rosé wines from Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, and Cinsault, with some red and white wines.

2. Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence: The second-largest appellation, influenced by the Mistral winds. Known for its rosés, it also produces reds and whites from grapes like Grenache, Syrah, and Cabernet Sauvignon.

3. Coteaux Varois en Provence: Located in the heart of Provence, this region has cooler, higher-altitude vineyards that produce wines with good acidity and complex flavors. The primary grapes are Grenache, Syrah, and Cinsault.

4. Bandol: Famous for its robust reds primarily made from Mourvèdre, Bandol also produces exceptional rosé and white wines. The vineyards here benefit from the area's well-drained limestone soils and warm climate.

5. Cassis: Known for its white wines from Marsanne and Clairette, this coastal region offers elegant citrus and herbal notes.

Provence's diverse terroir, ranging from coastal areas to inland hills, contributes to the distinctiveness of its wines. The Mediterranean climate, with hot, sunny days and cool nights, coupled with varied soils, allows for a range of wine styles. The region is also known for its commitment to organic and biodynamic viticulture, particularly in areas like Les Baux de Provence.

Frequently asked question

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1) Reship the package right away: due to the very high cost of shipping and returns, we must charge a re-shipping fee to be determined based on package size and shipping destination.

2) Consolidate the returned package with your next order: this option is free of charge and it's the most popular option.

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Vegan wine is wine made without using animal products during the fining phase of the clarification process. Before wine is bottled it is usually clarified.