Carignan is a grape variety of Spanish origin, from the Aragonese region. It is mainly grown in South of France regions (Languedoc, Roussillon, Rhône and Provence). When its vines produces high yield, it gives a wine with low alcohol, without character, often acid. Coming from hillsides with low yield or old vines, it gives a wine well colored, robust, powerful, generous, asking in any case to age. Its typical aromas are those of cherry, leather, raspberry, blackberry, prune with mineral notes.