Kewin Descombes, also known as KéKé, is the son of renowned winemaker Georges Descombes and half-brother of the equally talented winemaker Damien Coquelet. KéKé made his first wine under his own name in 2013 at the age of just 21. His approach largely reflects what he has learned from his father, namely conscientious vineyard work, spontaneous fermentation, semi-carbonique maceration, and little or no added sulphur. Nevertheless, KéKé has already found his own style, which often results in relatively dark, full-bodied, and masculine wines that are both juicy and easy to drink. Kewin Descombes makes wines that taste excellent when young but can also easily be stored for many years.
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