Vincent Paris is a native of Cornas. He inherited most of his vines (some of which are 100 years old) from his grandfather and also rents vines from his uncle the legendary Cornas vigneron Robert Michel. The biodynamically farmed vines, which are located in various parcels along the southeast facing Cornas slope, total approximately 17 hectares. Vincent’s wines exhibit power, yet possess a determined freshness to them. His Granit 30 and Granit 60 take their names from the slope and grade in the vineyards and average vine age respectively. His famed Geynale parcel is comprised exclusively of old vines planted in 1910. Vincent Paris is without a doubt one of the rising stars of the Rhone Valley.
Approximately 17 hectares of both estate owned and rented vineyards in Cornas & Saint-Joseph. Additional vineyards in Côtes du Rhône AOC planted to Viognier & Roussanne
Syrah, Viognier, Roussanne
AGE OF VINES:
Organic – Biodynamic practices
Triage / both partial de-stemming and whole cluster fermentation practiced / vinification in stainless steel vat and barrel using native yeasts and at low temperatures.
In a combination of both vat and barrique for up to 12 months. No fining or filtration.
Cornas Granit 30 / Cornas Granit 60 / Cornas La Geynale / Saint-Joseph Rouge
TOTAL ANNUAL PRODUCTION:
Approximately 2500 cases.