This great wine is produced in the Coteaux de Tébourba A.O.C. area. This region located in the north of Tunisia, in the Carthage backcountry, is well-known for its semi continental microclimate characterised by significant temperature changes, resulting in the perfect combination of freshness and aromatic character.

After cooling the harvest of Grenache, Cinsault and Carignan, the free-run juice is stored in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks where it undergoes a 15-day slow fermentation. This is a pleasant wine thanks to its fruity hints, its balance and its length on the palate. The Gris de Tunisie will not fail to delight your guests when served with a sea bream cooked in fennel, tortillas with chorizo sausage.