Bruno owns just four hectares spread over four areas, all on decomposed schistose soils at an altitude of around 300m - each parcel differing slightly in exposition. The vineyards in Collioure are extremely low yielding and
L'Anodine comes from the areas of Bruno's vines that can only be worked by hand. Sit back and sink into this supple, complex yet unadorned cult wine that is only bottled in magnum. Double the fun.