Château de Caladroy
In its hayday, Château de Caladroy was a small outpost high on an arid mountaintop behind Perpignan. Today Caladroy's vineyards in the Cote de Roussillon sit fully exposed at over 1,000 feet above the Mediterranean, isolated between two river valleys. The altitude, combined with the schist soils and sunny climate, produce darkly concentrated wines with good acid structure.
Grenache, Syrah, and Mourverde dominate the plantings at Caladroy.