Vins doux naturels, or naturally sweet wines, have a long history rooted in the South of France. Muscat-based VDN’s are produced throughout Languedoc and Roussillon with Muscat de Saint-Jean de Minervois being one of the more unique appellations. The cooler climate, unique soils and drainage make these wines more complex and more delicate. The tiny hamlet of Barroubio has been in the Miquel family since the 15th century. Today the 25 hectare plot is helmed by Raymond Miquel who continues his family's legacy. This is Muscat at it’s prettiest, with inviting floral aromas of orange blossom, acacia and honeysuckle which lead to a palate of marmalade, stone fruit and just a hint of spice on the finish.