Red wine. Southern Rhône, France. Mostly Mourvèdre, some Syrah and Grenache Noir. Organic. From a south to south-east facing vineyard of 40-year-old vines on deep soiled terraces of ‘galet roulés’ and blessed with large mineral deposits, the Côtes du Rhône Villages Fan de Lune (which means “child of the moon”) offers lots of Provencal charm in its leather, dried herbs, garrigue and peppery bouquet. Called the estate’s “Mini-Bandol” by Peter Weygandt, it’s medium-bodied, has beautiful ripeness and chewy tannins on the palate.