From 1895 to 1950, Clos de Caillou was technically not part of theCNDP appellation. This is because the owners of property were so secretive of their land, they wouldn’t allow Govt. Officials to analyse their land. In 1950, the Pouzin family purchased 9 Ha of land within the neighboring CNDP appellation, and then in 1995 Sylvie took over the estate and began converting the vineyard to biodynamic practices. Gaining organic certification in 2010. Grape(s): Grenache, Mourvedre and Syrah Location: France, Southern RhoneOrganic/Natural: Organic and Biodynamic Notes: A balanced wine with silky texture, light spice and soft tannins. Dark plum flavours with a finish of Oregano and Bay Leaf.