Varieites: 100% Mourvèdre
Region: Roussillon, France
Grapes are manually destemmed, then foot trdoden in open vats while live music is played. The wines then ferment in open vats, with Manuel breaking the cap manually (literally with his hands) when he sees fit. They are then racked manually to barrel, stainless or fiberglass for élevage. Nothing is added or taken away to the juice. Any rackings are done manually through a small tube.
This wine was Manuel's first dry red and is named after his mule Ullamp, whom you can spot on the label. This is the only plot where Manuel tills the soil (with the help of Ullamp of course).
The bottles are blown by a local artisan to order; unique in detail and shape, each is piece of art in its own right. Everything is bottled manually, one bottle at a time with custom corks to fit these one of a kind bottles.