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An intense "Claret" style from Saint Macaire. Merlot is dominant with 70% in the blend along with Cabernet Sauvignon. Ample & rich with good body & classically balanced. Rounded, fruity flavours of kirsch, blackberry & vanilla with a lovely nose of rose petals & anise with a touch of blueberry. A lingering, long finish.
Produced in the Aude valley, this 100% Sauvignon benefits from a climate influenced both by the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, producing a fruity wine full of citrus and apple, with nicely balanced acidity and a delicious finish.
100% Merlot, this wine has a deep purple/red colour and a bouquet of cassis with hints of vanilla. A full bodied wine with rich plummy fruit and cassis hints leaving an elegant long and peppery finish, typical of this varietal.
100% Syrah from the Domaine de Saint Dominique Estate, this wine shows a deep purple colour, a lovely bouquet of currants, black cherries and hints of violets. A medium to full-bodied wines with very fine tannins, flavours of plum, blackcurrant and a lovely touch of vanilla and some black pepper notes on the finish.
Petit Martin is from the Graves property of Chateau Saint Martin and is classified as a Bordeaux Superieur, produced from 80% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc, this wine has a wonderful bouquet of red fruits and vanilla with hints of spice, in the mouth it has plenty of ripe red fruits with soft tannins and a roundness that comes from the soft aging in aok barrels.great to drink on its own or with a variety of meats or pasta.
Ch. Prieuré de Blaignan is the 'second' wine of Ch. Blaignan - part of a stable of prestigious Bordeaux chateaus. A clear, attractive red, with a fresh nose of forest berry characters & a freshness that's evocative of bilberry & red currant in. On the finish, it leaves supple tannins on the palate. 43% Cabernet Sauvignon, 55% Merlot, 2% Cabernet Franc
GOLD Medal - Concours General Agricole 2016
If you like the top wines from Chateauneuf du Pape, then you will love this wine - and at a fraction of the price.
The "black diamonds" Cuvee 1437 selection from Ch. de Pouzols is a blend of Syrah, Grenache and Mouvedre.
Beginning in the early 1990's some of the most dramatic improvement in French wines came from the Languedic region in southern France.
In particular the Minervois sub-region stands out at the pinnacle of this improvement. This Ch. de Pouzols 2014 proves it.