What does old vine Carignan taste like? Jon Bowen in the Haut Corbières answers.

Old vine Carignan can be found in the Languedoc region of France, and particularly in the Corbières appellation. Winemaker Jon Bowen of Domaine Sainte Croix describes what Carignan tastes like from old vines and why it is so special. Ask a Winemaker sat with Jon on location in Corbières, France in 2013.

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