Domaine Sergent has been in the Dousseau family since 1902 and they have been bottling their own wine since 1974. Today, the domaine is run by sisters Brigitte and Corinne who took over from their father, Gilbert in 1995. The 17-hectare vineyard sits on a gentle south-facing slope over-looking the Pyrénées, with vines averaging 35 years of age.
The nose is fresh, with aromas of blackcurrent and blackberry, alongside cinnamon and a hint of liquorice. The palate is round, fleshy and mouthfilling, and the tannins are fine and silky. It is a gourmet, harmonious and balanced wine.