Cinsaut) is one of the oldest south of France variety.
Even nowadays it is impossible to determinate its origins,
between Provence and Languedoc.
The Cinsault is a hill-side grape-variety. It
is the reason for which it is always associated to other
varieties: Carignan, Grenache, Mourvèdre, Syrah.
Cinsault produces large grains, very sweet and juicy.
Although not well known, this variety contributes to
the production of excellent wines such as Saint-Georges
Aromas : red fruits
French wines : Coteaux
du Languedoc, Cotes
de Provence, Chateauneuf
du Pape, Cotes
du Ventoux, etc
Red grapes : Cabernet
Franc - Cabernet
Sauvignon - Carignan - Gamay - Grenache - Merlot - Mourvedre - Pinot
Noir - Syrah - White