It’s a special world nestled in the heart of Provence, the world of Château Trians where red, white and rosé wines are made from the grapes of a certified organic vineyard. The Romans already grew grapes in this ideal place in the hamlet of Néoules. The typical local grape varieties thrive in the vineyard: Grenache, Syrah, Rolle, Sémillon and Cinsault, making for full-bodied, elegant wines, some of which are aged in casks of oak. The owners of the estate, the Delhom brothers, have once again asked an artist to create a work of art for one of their exceptional wines. This year an exclusive work by Onie Jackson enrobes the 12 magnums of Château Trians 2018, sold in a limited edition at the estate. The wine within is an elegant marriage of Grenache and Syrah and has been aged for more than a year in oak casks. The house is also hosting an exhibition of six local artists opening on June 16th.
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