The name Coudoulières comes from the Provençal word meaning beach of river stones, the place where ancient rivers left behind beautiful polished stones. Sablet village itself is situated on the northern fringes of the Gigondas area so the terroir has similar limestone content in the soil alongside clay. This soil mixed with these river stones constitutes an outstanding terroir for Grenache and Syrah vines that produce a rich, generous, characterful wine.
A beautiful garnet-red colour that reveals a powerful nose with wild strawberry aromas and sweet spicy notes. A well-balanced wine with soft tannins.
Ideal with barbecued dishes sprinkled with Provencal herbs, this wine also goes very well with ripened hard cheese.