Mon Rouge

Rode wijn

De Mon Rouge verwijst naar de Mont Rouge, of Rodeberg, die heel belangrijk is voor Entre-Deux-Monts. Zonder de Rodeberg, zat EDM niet tussen twee bergen. De berg kreeg z'n naam door het feit dat er in de bodem veel ijzerzandsteen aanwezig is. Het ijzer in de grond reageert met het regenwater en krijgt een roestig rode kleur af. Dat ijzerzandsteen is een veelbepalende factor van de bodem waar de wijnranken op staan. 

Wine specifications

Tasting Notes

  • colour: purper-red shine
  • on the nose: red and black fruit as raspberry, blackberry and cassis. A fine floral touch and after swirling a delicate wood impression.
  • on the pallate: most of all fresh forestfruit as strawberry, cherry, raspberry. A fresh red wine.


10 days of maceration, 10 months of aging on French oak


Viticulture and terroir

  • soil: sand-loam with Diestian sand, ironstone, flint stones and gravel. Underneath this, well-drained layers of Ledian and Paniselian sand
  • Climate: cool temperate climate influenced by the North Sea
  • Sustainable viticulture: defoliation, green harvesting, 5 km of indigenous hedges and sowing flower seeds against natural predators, sowing grass seeds to prevent erosion, using compost
Wijnbouw en terroir

Carbon footprint

Minimizing the ecological footprint (Certificate Carbon Footprint by Ecolife in Leuven): solar panels, use of rainwater, wine boxes of recycled cardboard, use of light wine bottles, well-insulated buildings, reuse of chopped prunings, combination of several actions in the vineyard to minimize diesel consumption.

Ecologische voetafdruk

Food pairing

Combines well with red meat and poultry.

Serving temperature: 14-16°C.

Food pairing
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