Named after a an old signal tower in built in 1792, Domaine du Vieux télégraphe has been run by successive generations of the Brunier family since 1898. Daniel and Frédéric Brunier took control of the estate in 1986. The Brunier family went on to purchase Domaine de la Roquette, Domaine de la Pallières, along with friend of the family Kermit Lynch and more recently, Massaya Liban in Lebanon in 1998
Grape: 65% Grenache Noir, 15% Mourvèdre, 15% Syrah, Cinsault, Clairette and other permitted varieties.
Vines: average age of 60 years.
Fermented in temperature controlled stainless steel and wooden vats, followed by ageing in vats for 22 months.