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Aleph is a cuvee made from 60% Syrah and 40% Grenache high in biodynamics on sand-lime sandstone.
After the harvest, the grapes are fermented in stainless steel tanks only from their natural yeasts then only 30% of the wine is aged in oak barrels of 4 to 5 wines bringing a little structure and tannins but keeping the freshness of the 70% aged in stainless steel tanks.
Aleph takes his name from the 1st letter of thePhoenician alphabetThe "A" meaning ox and the upside down letter depicted the horns of the fat oxen of the butchers who marched during the carnival.
Aleph reveals intense aromas of black fruitsblackcurrant, blackcurrant, garrigue, black olive and a few chocolate notes.
In the mouth, it is full and deep, balanced with freshness and very silky tannins.
This fresh and gourmet wine will sublimate a beautiful prime rib Angus or, for the most cooks, a hare stew with prunes.
Freshly installed in the Rhone Valley, it is in 2016 that theArnaud De Boel and Nelly Francecreated their estate, located in the village of Lempsin the northern Rhône, between Lyon and Avignon.
They are starts from scratchhave planted their vines, and have also found plots of old vines. Today, they own 11 hectares of vines scattered across the Northern Rhône and cultivated like a garden, and produce vinified wines most naturally possible.
They practice biodynamics and are in organic conversion the whole vineyard will be certified in 2021. Great gourmets, each wine has its own anecdote related to thehistory of gastronomy.