Mas Janeil is located at the foot of the Corbières, in the heart of the famous Agly Valley. Thirty-five hectares of vines, planted on a wide variety of soils with different sun exposure, produce perfect grapes, which are meticulously vinified on site. The aim is to reveal the purity of the windswept terroirs, while respecting the vines as much as possible by using sustainable agricultural methods, as well as winemaking techniques that are as natural as possible. Mas Janeil wines are a fine reflection of the Agly Valley's wonderful terroir.
The vines for the Sans Soufre are located around the village of Maury, at the foot of a cliff dominated by the Chateau de Quéribus (Cathar castle) on soils mainly resulting from the erosion of the Corbières Massif.
The depth of the dark garnet colour with hints of purple suggests subtle aromatic power. The nose immediately offers a fanfare of red fruit (blackcurrants and blueberries) and cherry jam, underscored by floral notes. Very mature on the palate, with a fine balance between well-integrated tannins and freshness.
Generous aromatic notes emphasize the wine's full-bodied character. The precision of the fruit and well-defined aromas linger in a voluptuous, harmonious finish.