Each region of the Languedoc has a very strong identity, but is found in all these wine inspired scents of the garrigue, a feeling of softness and freshness which are an invitation to the good life. This is the art of speaking the soil. "Red wine with scents of the garrigue. Landscape of red earth, volcanic, shale, clay and limestone plain. Our beautiful country .... "
Wine sporting a deep garnet red color. Nose with dominant aromas of fig and prune. It also evokes subtle aromas of wood. True to the aromas perceived in the olfaction, it evokes flavors of candied prune. The tannins are coated. Perfect. The wine is ready to drink.
"The oyster does not like southern wines," writes the journalist Le Figaro ". Well I propose to try our Picpoul with aromas of white flowers doubled with notes of dried fruits to accompany the oysters from Tarbouriech in Marseillan.
This wine expresses itself in a spicy register, with notes of pepper, clove and kirsch. Built on fine tannins tightened around a beautiful vinous structure, it retains a very nice freshness in the mouth.
Located between Pézenas and Caux, the Château de Montpezat surrounded by its 30 ha of vines belongs to the same family for 3 generations. A blend of typical Languedoc grape varieties with aromas of garrigue and ripe red fruits.
Prieuré Saint Jean de Bébian vintage 2017. Garnet colour.On the nose, very southern, aromas of thyme/rosemary are superimposed on aromas of flowers (peony) and black fruits.On the palate, fullness and good length with solar tannins.Finishes with spices and black fruits (blackberry/cassis).Concentrated yet charming wine.
What makes the originality and the distinction of this cuvée is its "magnesian" character, it is these very beautiful bitters that are attributed to volcanic terroirs and which contribute to the length of the wine and its freshness.