This wine is made in Banyuls but intentionally declassified to Vin de France.
In the Mesoamerican folk religion, a nahual is a human being who has the power to shape-shift into an animal form. A widespread superstition holds that they must make a pact with the devil as well as make him an offering. Um, ok.
The labels are made with sprayed on cork, an old school technique Zé remembers from his youth in Portugal.
Traditional maceration of 28 days on the Grenache Noir and direct press on the Syrah. Élevage in barrique and Spanish terra cotta amphoras.