Bruno owns just 4 hectares spread over 4 areas, all on decomposed schistose soils at an altitude of around 300m – each parcel differing slightly in exposition. The vineyards in Collioure are extremely low yielding and, as they are planted on terraced hillsides, very difficult to work mechanically, which like in Germany’s Mosel region, has contributed to a growing abandonment of these legendary sites. This is a great shame as the real character of any regions wines is defined by it’s original terroir.
Vall Pompo it’s his Grenache Blanc- Notes of pear, white pepper, and almonds.
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