2011 domaine du possible c'est pas la mer a boire
black currant, blackberry, dust, leather, cherry, strawberry, raspberry, licorice, anise, currant and blueberry
vanilla, toast, smoke, tobacco, dark fruit, red fruit, violet, rose petal, oak, mushroom, spice box and cedar
"In French, the expression 'c'est pas la mer à boire' is akin to the English idiom, 'it's a piece of cake'. Loic Roure, the winemaker, works 10.5 hectares around the Cotes du Roussillon appellation. The C'est pas la mer a boire, a blend of Grenache, Carignan, and Syrah is, in fact, very easy to drink! Loic makes his wines with as minimal intervention as possible, thus creating pure and fresh cuvees."