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New arrivals - the latest additions to our list
Here, you can see at-a-glance the most recent additions to our list, be they new vintages from existing growers, or wines from growers completely new to us. This page is updated/refreshed on a regular basis, as and when new wines arrive. The wines below are all new for 2015.

Domaine de La Garance Les Armieres 2006 Vin de Pays de l'Hérault
Domaine de La Garance Les Armieres 2006
Vintage
2006
Region Caux, a few km north-west of Pézenas
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied
Grapes 90% Carignan and 10% Syrah, aged for 2 years in barrel
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Roasted red meats, game, cheeses.
Next day
Still fresh, though at its best on day one
Drink Now, or over the next 10+ years
Mostly Carignan, with a little Syrah, and this one has quite a lot of sediment. But I don't let a little sediment worry me, for it is what the wine tastes and smells like that is important - and my word this one is good! The nose offers-up myriad aromas of red and black fruits, woodsmoke, pepper, exotic spices, leather and garrigue herbs. There is also a strong hint of grilled meat and - at the other end of the spectrum - even some delicate floral notes. A huge hit of bramble and redcurrant fruit washes over the palate, accompanied by the most wonderful citrus-tinged acidity and all kinds of other flavours and textures, which coat the mouth and linger for an age. This really is a wine which fills the senses and keeps you coming back for more. There is plenty of grip, but the sheer pleasure offered by the intense, concentrated, yet gloriously succulent sweet-and-sour fruit is such that you almost don't notice the tannin. Every mouthful leaves you salivating and simply craving for more. It is utterly delicious, and yet another example of why I think Carignan - in the right winemaker's hands - is the jewel in the Languedoc's crown. A stunning wine.
 

Price:  £18.95 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine de La Garance Les Armieres 2007 Vin de Pays de l'Hérault
Domaine de La Garance Les Armieres 2007
Vintage
2007
Region Caux, a few km north-west of Pézenas
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied
Grapes 90% Carignan and 10% Syrah, aged for 2 years in barrel
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Roasted red meats, game, cheeses.
Next day
Still fresh, though at its best on day one
Drink Now, or over the next 10+ years
This is almost on a par with the amazing 2006 - perhaps even its equal. Once again, mostly Carignan, with a little Syrah, deep blood red in colour, almost opaque, with a tiny rim. As with the 2006, the nose is a riot of red and black fruits, smoke, white pepper, exotic spices, leather and herbs, with hints of sandalwood and forest floor. The palate has all of those things going for it, and more - concentrated but not overly rich, a complex array of red and black fruits, with healthy tannins and a core of juicy, citrus and cranberry-tinged acidity. The finish is satisfyingly dry and tangy, with lingering flavours of forest fruits, cedar and peppery spice. Although it may be a few years short of its absolute peak, it is nevertheless rather delicious already. Another wonderful, world-class Carignan.
 

Price:  £17.95 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine de La Garance Bruixas Vin de Liqueur Solera Hors d'Age
La Garance Bruixas Hor's d'Age
Vintage
A "solera" consisting of 5 vintages from 2001 onwards

Region Caux, a few km north-west of Pézenas
Colour/Style Lightly fortified red - full bodied
Grapes 100% Grenache Noir
Alcohol (a.b.v)
15.0%
Food Aperitif, after dinner, blue cheeses, rich fruit cakes.
Next day
Lasts for weeks, once opened
Drink Now, or over the next 20 or more years
100% old-vine Grenache, blended from the fruit of no less than 5 different vintages (from 2001 onwards) and lightly fortified. There's a fine sediment, courtesy of having spent several years in barrel, and bottled without fining or filtering, but it pours a pale, limpid tawny/mahogany colour, fading gently to an even paler rim. The nose is quite beguiling - coffee grounds, chocolate, molasses, fig, burnt orange, polished wood and a wonderfully evocative hint of autumn forest floor, not to mention an impressive array of preserved red and black berry aromas. There's also the vaguest hint of fine eau de vie, but this is such a gently fortified wine that neither the nose nor the palate shows too much in the way of alcohol. The palate is gloriously smooth and generous, combining flavours of rich fruitcake, orange peel, fig, molasses, lapsang tea and mocha, with a long, tangy, earthy finish. Beautifully resolved tannins and a streak of tangy sour cherry acidity complete the package, in an utterly more-ish wine of great depth and complexity. Similar in style to an aged vintage Maury or Banyuls. A wonderful wine.
 

Price:  £23.50 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Terre Inconnue Les Bruyeres 2013 Vin de France
Terre Inconnue Les Bruyeres 2013
Vintage
2013

Region Saint-Sériès - midway between Nimes and Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied, aged in used oak barrels
Grapes 50% Carignan, 50% Grenache
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food Rack of lamb, rib of beef or rich, hearty stews
Next day
Even better
Drink Over the next 10-15 years
Winemaker Robert Creus advised me to taste and assess this wine over 3 to 4 days, since (at the time of writing - February 2014) it is so young and very recently bottled. I can sort of see why it will take that long to show it's true colours, but I have to say I am loving it from the start! Yes, the tannins are chunky and robust and the acidity is relatively high, but it is absolutely chock full of fresh and pickled bramble and sour cherry fruit, damp earth aromas and flavours that it is hard to resist! Add to that some subtle hints of polished wood and spicy, herby notes, plus of course that utterly wonderful streak of volatile acidity that I love in Robert's wines, and it really is a wonderfully fresh, vibrant, expressive wine. After time in the glass, it also begins to develop some nice floral/violet aromas, which lend a touch of real elegance to the fruit, which is increasingly turns more red (rather than black) by the sip. For the money, this is an absolute bargain, whether you drink it now, or cellar it for 10 years. Biodynamic.
 

Price:  £13.50 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Terre Inconnue Guilhem 2012 Vin de France
Terre Inconnue Guilhem 2012
Vintage
2012

Region Saint-Sériès - midway between Nimes and Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied, aged in used oak barrels
Grapes A blend of Grenache, Merlot, Carignan and Tempranillo
Alcohol (a.b.v)
15.0%
Food Roasted or grilled red meats, wild mushroom risotto
Next day
Even better
Drink Now, or over the next 10+ years
An eclectic blend of old-vine Grenache, Merlot, Carignan and Tempranillo, and a big, brooding wine, with tremendous depth and complexity. The nose offers notes of black fruits steeped in eau de vie, leather, tapenade, roasted meat and coffee, not to mention huge wafts of garrigue herbs and burning incense. The palate offers all of this and more, with a combination of fresh and baked fruits and tertiary elements, backed up by robust tannins and a layer of fabulously juicy acidity that builds towards a long finish. Granted it is still very youthful, with a long (10 year - plus) future ahead of it, but it is already offering much pleasure. Brilliant wine! Biodynamic.
 

Price:  £17.50 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Terre Inconnue Leonie 2011 Vin de France
Terre Inconnue Leonie 2011
Vintage
2011

Region Saint-Sériès - midway between Nimes and Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied, aged in used oak barrels
Grapes 100% old-vine Carignan
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Roasted or grilled red meats, game, mushroom risotto
Next day
Even better
Drink Over the next 10-15 years
I don't know what the magic formula is for making great wines in different vintages, but Robert Creus seems to have found it. Which is a testament to the hands-off approach he adopts - namely, if you let them do their stuff, great grapes make great wines. And this is yet another example. There is an initial whiff of reduction, which evolves quickly into a meaty, savoury nose, with simply masses of bramble fruit, burning incense and a really quite intoxicating array of herbs and curry spices. The flavours are intense yet imbued with an elegance and fleetness of foot that only really old (in this case 100 year-old) Carignan vines are capable of offering. Wave upon wave of tangy, gently pickled red and black fruits coat the palate, so much so that you almost don't notice the healthy layer of tannin, especially since it also possesses that wonderful, ever so slightly volatile acidity seemingly inherent in Robert's wines (completely natural, don't forget). It really is quite beguiling and utterly delicious. Actually I am surprised that it shows so well at such a young age, since the last vintage we sold was the glorious 2006 - a full 5 years older. Which just goes to show that great wine will be great at any stage in its development. Simply superb. Biodynamic.
 

Price:  £21.50 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Terre Inconnue Los Abuelos 2011 Vin de France
Terre Inconnue Los Abuelos 2011
Vintage
2011

Region Saint-Sériès - midway between Nimes and Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied, aged in used oak barrels
Grapes 100% Grenache (100 year-old vines)
Alcohol (a.b.v)
15.0%
Food Feathered game, fillet steak, seared tuna, soft cheeses
Next day
Even better
Drink Over the next 10+ years
Every Terre Inconnue wine I open leaves me searching for fresh superlatives to describe just how good they are - and this is another remarkable effort. It's Grenache Jim (from 100 year old vines) but not as we know it! Undeniably rich and full of plum and raspberry fruit, but with a style and sheer elegance rarely, if ever, found in Grenache's Rhône 'heartland'. Although somewhat less Burgundian in style than its predecessor vintage, it still manages to be ethereal and fleet of foot, with a wonderful potpourri of fruit and tertiary aromas and flavours. Notes of menthol, tobacco, polished leather and cassis/blackcurrant leaf emerge with time in the glass, with the tannins kept in check by brilliantly piercing orangey/lemony acidity. The savoury/spicy elements combine seamlessly with elegant redcurrant and cherry flavours, leading to a long, dry, peppery finish. A fantastic wine. Biodynamic.
 

Price:  £29.50 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Terre Inconnue Sylvie 2011 Vin de France
Terre Inconnue Sylvie 2011
Vintage
2011

Region Saint-Sériès - midway between Nimes and Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied, aged in used oak barrels
Grapes 50% Syrah and 50% Sérine
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Roasted or grilled red meats, game, hard cheeses
Next day
Still really good
Drink Over the next 10-15 years
New vintage - tasting note to follow. Biodynamic.
 

Price:  £32.50 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Chateau l'Argentier 2011 Coteaux du Languedoc
L'Argentier Languedoc 2011
Vintage
2011

Region Sommières, in western Languedoc
Colour/Style Dry red, medium-full bodied, aged in vat
Grapes 40% Grenache, 40% Syrah, plus Mourvedre and Carignan
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food White meats, risotto, sausages, pizza
Next day
Even better - opens out nicely after a night in the decanter
Drink Over the next 5 to 8 years
A lovely, limpid blood red colour, with an intensely aromatic nose, combining curry spices and garrigue herbs, with notes of spiced orange, forest floor and leather, all wrapped around a core of summer fruits. The palate is quite powerful and mouth-filling, with an array of redcurrant, cherry and plum fruit flavours, again with a hint of spiced orange. Firm but ripe, tea-like tannins combine with juicy acidity and a hint of licorice, making for a delightfully tangy, sweet-sour style, with a long, mouth-watering finish. A really enjoyable wine.
 

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Chateau l'Argentier 2011 Languedoc Sommieres
Chateau l'Argentier Sommieres 2011
Vintage
2011

Region Sommières, in western Languedoc
Colour/Style Dry red, full bodied, aged in vat
Grapes 70% Syrah, 20% Carignan, 10% Grenache
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Red meats, game, risotto, garlicy sausages
Next day
Even better - takes 2 or 3 days to show its best
Drink Over the next 8 to 10 years
As with the above wine (and this is like its big brother) the nose belies the freshness and vitality of the palate. Initially rich and deeply fruity, with hints of curry spices, roasted meat and leather, it evolves with time into something more perfumed and elegant. Flavours of bramble, plum, licorice, herbs and spices are countered by firm but fine tannins and a core of cherry skin acidity, which makes for a deliciously sweet-sour and tangy wine, with a lingering finish. Given plenty of air, this wine just gets better and better, so if you must drink it in one session, I would recommend you decant several hours in advance, or even the day before. A super wine with a great future!
 

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Chateau l'Argentier 2011 Languedoc Gres de Montpellier
Chateau l'Argentier 2011 Gres de Montpellier
Vintage
2011

Region Sommières, in western Languedoc
Colour/Style Dry red, full bodied, aged in vat
Grapes 65% Grenache, 17.5% Carignan, 17.5% Syrah
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Red meats, game, risotto, spicy sausages
Next day
Even better
Drink Over the next 8 to 10 years
A pale-ish, translucent cherry/blood red colour. The nose offers crystallised red berry and cherry fruits and a mélange of herbs, spices, damp earth and eau de vie, with a subtle creaminess. The palate is packed with raspberry/cherry fruit and spice flavours, together with a subtle meaty/savouriness, fine, ripe tannins and ample acidity, all of which combine in a really rather elegant wine. The finish is long, dry and gently warming. Who needs oak, when the raw materials and the level of winemaking skill is as good as this. Another delicious wine, and yet another that will age for a good few years - if you can resist.
 

Price:  £14.99 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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L'Argentier Vieilles Vignes de Cinsault 2011 IGP Pays d'Hérault
l'Argentier Cinsault 2011
Vintage
2011

Region Sommières, in western Languedoc
Colour/Style Dry red, medium bodied, aged in vat
Grapes 100% Cinsault
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food Grilled meats, roasted vegetables, cold cuts
Next day
Still good, but not quite as fresh as on day 1
Drink Over the next 3 to 5 years
This is pure Cinsault from a vineyard planted in 1969 (so 45 years old). As can be expected with Cinsault, it is the lightest of this grower's reds - both in colour and body - but nevertheless delicious. It offers aromas of red berry fruits laced with spices and herbs, with subtle hints of sous bois and freshly baked brioche. It is beautifully soft and approachable, full of raspberry and redcurrant fruits, with soft tannins and a gently creamy texture and flavour. In fact it is really rather light and ethereal, in an almost Burgundian sort of way, but with a softer feel. There's plenty of acidity though, and just the right amount of tannic grip. Cinsault is (along with Carignan) traditionally one of the "black sheep" grapes of the Languedoc family, but I have enough evidence to suggest that, from old vines and a sympathetic hand in the winery, it can make fabulous wine - and this is one of them. Lovely stuff!
 

Price:  £11.50 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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L'Argentier Vieilles Vignes de Carignan 2011 IGP Pays d'Hérault
L'Argentier Carignan 2011
Vintage
2011

Region Sommières, in western Languedoc
Colour/Style Dry red, full bodied, aged in vat
Grapes 100% Carignan
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.5%
Food Roasted red meats, hearty stews, herby sausages
Next day
Even better - opens out nicely after a night in the decanter
Drink Over the next 5 to 8 years
Pure Carignan from a vineyard planted in 1935 (80 years old). A reassuringly bright colour, with rich fruitcake aromas and flavours, a touch of spice and a whiff of eau de vie. An initial slight tarriness on the nose dissipates to reveal a rather elegant wine, with a silky-smooth palate, soft, ripe tannins and a spicy warmth. It really begins to show its true colours after 24 hours in the decanter - still with a gentle warmth, beautifully balanced, gently spicy and with a tremendous core of crystallised red fruit flavours, flowers, herbs and soft spices, tea-like tannins and a rasp of juicy, orange infused acidity. This is a wine that (with the benefit of a day's air) could hardly fail to appeal to the most jaded palate. A truly delicious and elegant expression of my very favourite grape variety. An absolute cracker!
 

Price:  £14.50 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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l'Argentier Aramon Rosé 2014 Vin de France
l'Argentier Aramon 2014
Vintage
2014

Region Sommières, in western Languedoc
Colour/Style Dry rosé, medium bodied, aged in vat
Grapes 100% old-vine Aramon
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Grilled vegetables, cold cuts, salads, pizza
Next day
Still good
Drink Now or over the next couple of years
Lovely aromas of red fruits and herbs, with hints of white fruits, roasted meat and fennel. The palate is soft and luscious, unlike many others of its kind, with flavours of ripe eating apples, raspberry, redcurrant and peach, together with a delightfully creamy texture and perhaps even a touch of grape tannin. And whilst there is plenty of juicy acidity on offer, there is nary a hint of the bitter pithiness one often finds in so many rosés. A lovely, gentle, yet surprisingly complex rosé.
 

Price:  £10.99 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Mas Coutelou La Buvette A Paulette 2013 Vin de France
Mas Coutelou La Buvette A Paulette 2013
Vintage
2013

Region Puimisson - midway between Béziers and Faugères
Colour/Style Dry red - medium/full bodied, aged in vat
Grapes 85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Syrah. 
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food Red and white meats, pasta dishes
Next day
Even better
Drink Now, or over the next 2 or 3 years
An impressively deep colour, which belies the rather elegant nose and palate. A wonderfully fresh and vibrant combinination of lusciously juicy blackcurrant and black cherry fruit, grippy tannins and fabulous acidity, with notes of damp undergrowth, peppery spices and new leather. It doesn't pretend to be particularly complex or even especially age-worthy, although it will certainly keep for a few years. But when it is as delicious as this, who cares?! Such a lovely wine deserves to be drunk young and hearty and without too much ceremony. A brilliant and completely natural Cabernet, which just leaves you salivating!
 

Price:  £10.75 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Mas Coutelou La Vigne Haute 2013 Vin de France
Mas Cotelou La Vigne Haute 2013
Vintage
2013

Region Puimisson - midway between Béziers and Faugères
Colour/Style Dry red - medium/full bodied, aged in vat
Grapes 100% Syrah. 
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Red and white meats, pasta dishes
Next day
Still very good
Drink Now, or over the next 5 or so years
Rightly or wrongly, I tend to compare every Syrah that comes my way to the benchmark wines of the northern Rhône. And, whilst undeniably Languedoc in origin and style, this one compares very favourably, with its elegant red fruit and savoury/saline aromas and flavours, along with hints of roasted meat, polished leather and a veritable pot pourri of aromatic herbs and spices. In time, little notes of violet and honeysuckle begin to emerge, making for a truly alluring and elegant nose. At a mere 13 percent abv, the grapes for this wine were evidently harvested relatively early, thus retaining all of those lovely fresh fruit and floral aromas and flavours and mouth watering acidity. There's plenty of colour - and a healthy dose of tannin to match - but this only serves to heighten the sheer vibrancy and youthful vigour of this wine. As ever with Jeff Coutelou's wines (and despite the zero added sulphur) I suspect this can only get better with a few years' ageing. Then again, this is yet another of his wines that are almost too good not to drink young!
 

Price:  £15.95 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Mas Coutelou L'Oublié NV Vin de France
Ma Coutelou l'Oublié NV
Vintage
NV - a blend of several vintages from 2001 to 2013

Region Puimisson - midway between Béziers and Faugères
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied, aged several years in old demi-muids
Grapes Carignan and Syrah 
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Red meats, duck, casseroles, risotto
Next day
Even better
Drink Now, or over the next 5 to 8 years
A quirky "solera" blend of Carignan from the 2001, 2007 and 2010 vintages, plus Syrah from the 2009, 2010, 2012 and 2013 vintages. When first opened, it smells really fresh and full of fruit, but with an unmistakably cheesy - and undeniably attractive - whiff of maturity. A day or even 2 days later and that cheesiness disappears, and the wine is even fresher, more perfumed and more alluring than when first opened. Complex notes of old leather, curry spices, forest floor and fine eau de vie are married to fresh bramble and cherry aromas and flavours, and perhaps a touch of licorice. The tannins are nicely chewy and robust and the acidity is - surprise, surprise - mouth-watering and tangy. The overall effect is a full-bodied, concentrated, yet really elegant wine, which will age nicely for a good few years, although again, there is no need whatsoever to wait. A brilliantly quirky and really delicious wine!
 

Price:  £19.99 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Monplezy Plaisirs Blanc 2014 Languedoc
Domaine Monplezy Plaisirs Blanc 2014
Vintage
2014

Region AOP Languedoc, from just north of Pézenas
Colour/Style Dry white, medium bodied, aged in vat
Grapes A blend of Marsanne and Roussanne
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food Fish, shellfish, chicken. Also lovely on its own.
Next day
As good, perhaps even better
Drink Over the next 2 or 3 years
Despite the fact that (at the time of writing - March 2015) this is so recently bottled, it is already nicely integrated and really rather delicious. With a clear straw/gold colour, it is zesty, but beautifully rounded, even soft, with the fruit at the orangey rather than lemony end of the spectrum, combined with peachy, spiced apple pie and floral/honeysuckle aromas and flavours, with some nutty notes putting in an appearance after time in the glass. The texture is gently oily, but the overall effect is of a really sprightly, tasty, elegant and beautifully balanced wine, with a splash of limey acidity and even a modicum of grape tannin. A lovely, quintessentially Languedoc white wine.
 

Price:  £11.30 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Monplezy Canon Huppé 2014 IGP Cotes de Thongue
Domaine Monplezy Canon Huppé 2014
Vintage
2014

Region Cotes de Thongue, Pézenas
Colour/Style Dry red, medium bodied, aged in vat
Grapes 100% Cinsault
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Grilled pork chops, pasta with tomato sauce, pizza
Next day
Almost as good
Drink Over the next 3 years
A brand new cuvée from Domaine Monplezy, this is pure Cinsault, aged for a few months in stainless steel vats before bottling and released young (at the time of writing - March 2015 - it is the first French 2014 I have tasted). The colour is a bright, limpid cherry red, and the aromas and flavours are equally bright, with fresh red currant and berry fruits, candied orange peel and a gentle earthiness, with soft tannins, stony minerality and juicy acidity. Cinsault is - unfairly in my opinion - generally consigned to being a constituent of blended rosé wines in the Languedoc, but this is a brilliant example of what can be done with it when left to take on some skin colour, tannin and more of that lovely red fruit. The result is a completely delicious and more-ish wine.
 

Price:  £9.85 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Monplezy Délice 2012 Vin de France (50cl)
Monplezy Delice 2012
Vintage
NV - a blend of vintages, but mainly 2012
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Region Pézenas
Colour/Style Full-bodied sweet/late-harvest red, aged 2 years in barrel
Grapes 100% old-vine Grenache
Alcohol (a.b.v)
15.5%
Food Blue cheeses, foie gras, rich fruit cakes and puddings (including chocolate), dried fruits - very versatile!
Next day
Lasts for weeks, once opened
Drink Excellent now, or over the next 5 to 10 years
With a miniscule yield of just 8 hl/ha, just 1,000 50cl bottles are produced annually (if at all - in some years the autumn conditions are not right). After the main harvest, 2 bunches are left on each vine, which dry naturally on the vine, before being picked at the end of October. Fermentation stops naturally at around 15% abv. The resulting wine is then placed in 5 year-old barrels for 2 years before bottling. A beautiful dark purple colour with brick red glints, with an intense nose of preserved red fruits, prunes, fresh bramble and spice, with subtle notes of arabica coffee, nuts, and woodsmoke and just a hint of toasty oak. The palate is wonderfully complex and rich, yet beautifully poised and fresh, with fine tannins, a hint of balsamic and a very long finish. A delicious and very unusual wine - and a little goes a long way!
 

Price:  £19.75 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Turner Pageot Le Blanc 2013 Languedoc
Turner Pageot Le Blanc 2013
Vintage
2013

Region Gabian, north of Pézenas
Colour/Style Dry white - medium to full bodied
Grapes 80% Roussanne, 20% Marsanne
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Chicken, fish with rich sauces, veal, cheese
Next day
Even better, after 1 or 2 days
Drink Over the next 3 to 5 years
80% Roussanne and 20% Marsanne. The former is fermented traditionally, whilst the latter sits on the skins for 3 months, resulting in what is known as an “orange wine”, which adds not only some extra colour to the wine, but also a real depth of aroma and flavour. With a nose of honeysuckle, peach/apricot, wild herbs and fennel, it really does show a lot of complexity for a wine so young. As you might expect, it is quite rich and gently oily, especially with the 'orange' aspect of the Marsanne, but there is also an underlying freshness that comes through on the palate, with a zesty/juicy lemony tang, a certain spiciness and impressive length, not to mention genuine saline minerality. It certainly isn't a glugger, but it is a brilliant food wine, which grows in the glass, and indeed get's better after 2 or 3 days. A fabulous example of how good Languedoc whites can be. Certified organic and biodynamic.
 

Price:  £12.95 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Turner Pageot La Rupture 2013 Vin de France
Turner Pageot La Rupture 2013
Vintage
2013

Region Gabian, north of Pézenas
Colour/Style Dry white - full bodied
Grapes 100% Sauvignon Blanc
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Fish with rich sauces, shellfish, cold cuts and salads
Next day
Still fine
Drink Over the next 3 to 5 years
As with Le Blanc, 20% of the grapes are given the “orange” treatment, by way of extended maceration on the skins. The nose is rich and expressive, with notes of lime oil, basil and subtle floral notes and - unlike the 2012 - a more typical elderflower-like Sauvignon character. There's also whiff of the sea about it, reminiscent of fresh oysters. It possesses a considerably complex and structured palate, with zesty lime/citrus flavours countered by a peachy/apricotty richness and a gently oily texture, with excellent acidity, a touch of grape skin tannin and a very long, spicy finish. Another lovely wine, and a fascinating comparison to the 2012. Certified organic and biodynamic.
 

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Domaine Turner Pageot Les Choix 2012 Vin de France
Turner Pageot Les Choix 2012
Vintage
2012

Region Gabian, north of Pézenas
Colour/Style Dry white - full bodied, aged 2 years in oak barrels
Grapes 100% Marsanne
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Shellfish/seafood, chicken, aged Comté cheese
Next day
Still fine
Drink Over the next 5+ years
The grapes are fermented and macerated at a warm temperature for 5 weeks in whole clusters, resulting in an "orange" wine, with plenty of body, tannin and colour. And the colour is, well, a bright, limpid orange (or a sort of 24 carat gold). And the nose is spectacular! Profoundly "winey", with little hints of stone fruits and honey, herbs and spices, new leather and, you've guessed it, oranges too - more precisely, dried essence of orange oil. You know like when you find a desiccated clementine that escaped the bowl and went unnoticed for a few months(!) Add in a hint of polished old wood, some decaying leaves and the merest hint of very fine Cognac and you get the picture - a very, very complex wine. In many ways, it reminds me of those fabulous Lopez de Heredia white Riojas, but with the volume turned up to 11. Again, the palate is intensely "winey", with myriad stone fruit, soft citrus and secondary elements woven together into something really quite sublime. Beautifully rich, but equally well balanced, with cracking acidity and a perceptible streak of grape tannin, allied to a quite dry, almost nutty (rather than oily) texture and a long, gently warming, almost dry, bitter/spiced orange marmalade finish. A fabulously quirky and utterly more-ish wine - and pretty much "natural", too. Non-believers be damned! Certified organic and biodynamic.
 

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Domaine Turner Pageot 48H 2013 Vin de France
Vintage
2013

Region Gabian, north of Pézenas
Colour/Style Dry, deeply-coloured rosé or "clairet" 
Grapes 60% Grenache, 40% Syrah
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Cold cuts, light meat dishes, grilled sardines, curries
Next day
Still fine
Drink Now, or over the next 3 to 5 years
Clairet is a term the Bordelais use for a light red wine, or a very dark rosé. The method is basically saignée (the free-run juice) but taken only after an extended 48 hour maceration (hence the name 48H). The colour is more of a bright ruby red than rosé ,and indeed it is closer in style to a red wine, with masses of juicy redcurrant, raspberry, orange and garrigue herb aromas and flavours, genuine body and depth and even a modicum of tannin. Deliciously ripe and rounded, with a hint of peachy richness, but with enough acidity and grip to make it a perfect match for many different dishes. A delicious wine. Certified organic and biodynamic.
 

Price:  £11.30 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Turner Pageot Le Rouge 2012 Languedoc Pézenas
Turner Pageot Le Rouge 2012
Vintage
2012

Region Gabian, north of Pézenas
Colour/Style Dry red, full-bodied, aged partly in barrel, partly in vat 
Grapes 80% Grenache, 20% Syrah
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food All manner of lamb, beef, duck and mushroom dishes
Next day
Just as good, perhaps even better
Drink Now, or over the next 5 to 8 years
60% Grenache from schiste, 20% Grenache from other terroirs and 20% Syrah from volcanic basalt. The grapes go through an extended maceration on the skins, with the absolute minimum of added sulphur and is bottled unfiltered. And boy does it hit the spot - a beautiful deep but limpid blood red colour, with a truly expressive and heady nose of mixed red and black fruits, brioche, polished leather, iodine, tobacco and spice. The sort of smell that transports me instantly to the Languedoc. Richly fruited and full bodied, with a healthy dose of tannin and acidity to match, it is undoubtedly very youthful and needs a year or two to really get into its stride and for all of the elements to knit together. But it is such a joy to drink now that the gentle dryness of those tannins - like the very finest dark, bitter chocolate - is more than offset by the sheer vibrancy and depth of the fruit, spice and downright earthiness on offer. It really is the absolute essence of sweet and sour loveliness, with a long, dry, pepper and spice finish and a bitter orange and black cherry taste that lingers for an age. At the price, this is an absolute bargain - indeed, amongst the greatest bargains on our list. Certified organic and biodynamic.
 

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Domaine Turner Pageot Carmina Major 2012 Coteaux du Languedoc Pézenas
Turner Pageot Carmina Major 2012
Vintage
2012

Region Gabian, north of Pézenas
Colour/Style Dry red, full-bodied, aged 1 year in oak barrels
Grapes Syrah, Mourvedre, plus a little Grenache
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food All manner of lamb, beef, duck and mushroom dishes
Next day
Still fine
Drink Now, or over the next 8 to 10 years
Aged for 1 year in wood, after an extended 3 month maceration, everything is turned up a notch or two in comparison to Le Rouge, and there is a noticeable cloak of very classy oak, but once again the overall balance is impeccable, with some fairly hefty but ripe tannins offset by more than ample acidity and so much fruit, one wonders just how they managed to cram it all into a 75cl bottle! It really is packed with beautifully ripe (though currently very primary) black cherry and bramble fruit, with plenty of peppery spice and garrigue herb flavours and a hint of cool peppermint - all-in-all, at the herby/saline (rather than meaty) end of the savoury spectrum - with a long, grippy and sweet-sour finish. Whilst certainly approachable with food, it is yet to really come into its drinking window, as it needs a few years for those tannins and oak to integrate - but when they do, we will surely be looking at another masterly wine from the brilliant team of Emmanuel Pageot and Karen Turner. Certified organic and biodynamic.
 

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Domaine Turner Pageot B815 2012 Vin de France
Turner Pageot B815 2012
Vintage
2010

Region Gabian, north of Pézenas
Colour/Style Dry red, full-bodied, aged 1 year in oak barrels
Grapes 95% Grenache, 5% Mourvedre
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Lamb, beef, duck, liver
Next day
Even better
Drink Now, or over the next 5 to 8 years
From a single, north-facing vineyard, on limestone soil, winemaker Emmanuel Pageot calls this his 'grand cru'. He also considers Grenache to be the 'Pinot of the south', and this wine illustrates his point perfectly. It actually takes a day in the decanter for all of its subtleties to reveal themselves. Initially, I was expecting something big and brash and showy, but this is just the opposite, for it has real charm. Aromas of red berry and cherry fruits, garrigue herbs and floral, earthy, freshly baked brioche nuances combine beautifully in a considerably complex nose. Indeed, rarely do you find a Grenache-based wine that shows such perfumed elegance at such a young age. The palate is crammed full of fresh and crystallised red fruit flavours, subtle herb and spice nuances and an equally subtle streak of saline minerality, all of which is wrapped around a core of very fine tannin and mouth-watering acidity. It's a veritable beauty, which can either be enjoyed young (though preferably decanted 24 hours in advance) or aged for a good few years. Certified organic and biodynamic.
 

Price:  £19.99 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine de La Marfée Rosé 2014 IGP Pays de l'Hérault
Domaine de La Marfee Rose 2014
Vintage
2014

Region Murviel-Les-Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry rosé - medium bodied
Grapes 100% Mourvedre
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Light meat or fish dishes, salads, fruit salad, apéritif
Next day
Still excellent
Drink Now, or over the next 2 or 3 years
What a wonderful colour - a very pale, clear salmon pink, with shades of onion skin. From the 2014 vintage (although for some reason it isn't shown on the label) it offers a delightful array of red and white fruit aromas, garrigue herbs and even a hint of smoky spice and creamy vanilla. Whilst most rosés have - let's be honest - a bit of an identity problem, this isn't one of them. A vin de pressurage (i.e. from a direct pressing of the grapes, rather than free-run juice) it really is a lovely wine, full of wild strawberry, raspberry and fresh apple fruit flavours, with a gently creamy texture, offset by lively acidity and just a hint of grape tannin. Versatile enough to pair with all manner of savoury foods (both meat and fish) and even fruit, or as an apéritif. And at £10.79, another bargain, which knocks most expensive Provençal rosés into a cocked hat. Biodynamic.
 

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Domaine d'Archimbaud Les IV Pierre Rosé 2014 Languedoc Saint-Saturnin
Domaine d'Archimbaud Les IV Pierre Rosé 2014
Vintage
2014

Region Coteaux du Languedoc - Fontès, north east of Béziers
Colour/Style Dry rosé - medium bodied
Grapes 50% Syrah, 25% Grenache, 25% Cinsault
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Light meat or fish dishes, salads, apéritif
Next day
Still excellent
Drink Now, or over the next 2 or 3 years
This is top-notch rosé - a vin de pressurage (the grapes are used only for this wine), rather than the more common by-product of the red winemaking process. A delightful, deep salmon pink/orange colour. A nose of summer berry fruits, peach and apple. Lively and refreshing to drink, with bags of fresh red berry and white tree fruits, gentle spiciness, juicy orange and zesty lime. With a sweet and sour red fruit finish, this has none of the bitterness often found in many Languedoc rosés. Organic.
 

Price:  £10.25 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine d'Archimbaud Les IV Pierre Blanc 2014 IGP Pays du Mont Baudile
Domaine d'Archimbaud Les IV Pierre White 2014
Vintage
2014

Region Saint-Saturnin, in the foothills of the Plateau de Larzac
Colour/Style Dry white - medium bodied.
Grapes 80% Viognier, 10% Grenache Blanc, 10% Muscat
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Thai-style curry, chicken, cold cuts, fish, seafood, cheese
Next day
Still really good
Drink Drink now or over the next couple of years
Ooh, what a fabulous nose! With a heady mix of peach and apricot, melon, pink grapefruit, mandarin and apple (I kid you not - it's all in there!) with background notes of oregano, mint, nettles and honeysuckle, this really is a truly alluring wine. And the palate certainly lives up to the promise of the bouquet, offering up a complex mélange of white fruit flavours, citrus, mixed herbs and hints of licorice and spice, all tightly-knit and wrapped around a core of mouth-watering acidity. Viognier can sometimes be a bit showy and flowery, but 10% each of Grenache Blanc and Muscat add immensely to the whole - Grenache for a bit of herb and spice and "non-fruit" quality, and Muscat for a come-hither grapiness and zest. And it all adds up to a seriously delicious and more-ish wine, to enjoy as an aperitif or with food. An absolute cracker!
 

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Domaine d'Archimbaud Tradition 2012 Languedoc Saint-Saturnin
Archimbaud Tradition 2012
Vintage
2012
Region Saint-Saturnin, some way north-west of Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry red - medium to full bodied, aged in cuve
Grapes 50% Syrah, 40% Grenache, 5% Mourvedre, 5% Carignan
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Grilled or roasted red meats, game
Next day
Still fine
Drink Over the next 5 to 8 years
Rich and full of fruit, but at the same time elegant and certainly not lacking in complexity. The nose offers notes of tobacco, spice and garrigue herbs, with an enticing whiff of fine eau de vie (though the abv is just 13%). The palate is crammed full of juicy, sweet-sour red/black fruits, again with notes of spice and garrigue herbs, ripe but deliciously elegant and poised, as is always the case with this grower's wines, grown at 250m above sea level in the cool(er) climate of Saint-Saturnin. With lovely acidity and ripe tannins completing the package, this really is a delicious wine - and one of the best bargains on our list. Organic.
 

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Domaine d'Archimbaud l'Enfant Terrible 2013 Languedoc Terrasses du Larzac
Domaine d'Archimbaud l'Enfant Terrible 2013
Vintage
2013
Region Saint-Saturnin, some way north-west of Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry red - medium to full bodied, aged in cuve
Grapes 60% Mourvedre, 20% Grenache, 20% Carignan
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Grilled or roasted red meats, spicy sausages, rich stews
Next day
Better still
Drink Over the next 5 to 8 years
They say that Mourvedre needs to be within spitting distance of the sea to show its best - but this is grown high up near the Terrasses du Larzac, 30-40 km from the Mediterranean, and is a veritable stunner. It is nothing like Bandol, granted - there, you expect big, meaty, tannic and very full-bodied wines, whereas this is altogether more subtle and elegant, with masses of ripe bramble and raspberry fruit aromas and flavours, with just the merest hint of leathery/meaty savouriness, a sprinkling of garrigue herbs and a twist of black pepper. And at just 13.0% abv, it comes across as beautifully elegant and understated, with gorgeous acidity and fine, tea-like tannins - so much so that it is positively refeshing! That said, it takes a full 24-48 hours to really show its best (at least at this stage of its development) so I would recommend you decant it the day before you plan to drink it. A lovely, lovely wine!

 

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Domaine d'Archimbaud La Robe du Pourpre 2011 Languedoc Saint-Saturnin
Domaine d'Archimbaud La Robe du Pourpre 2011
Vintage
2011
Region Saint-Saturnin, some way north-west of Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry red - medium bodied, aged in barrel for 11 months
Grapes 50% Syrah, 30% Grenache, 10% Mourvedre, 10% Carignan
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Grilled or roasted red meats, game, charcuterie
Next day
Even better
Drink Now, or over the next 5 to 10 years
A very similar blend to the Tradition (though with a smidgen more Mourvedre and Carignan), but aged in barrel for a year. The use of oak is quite masterly, as it serves to polish away any rough edges (not that there usually are any with Archimbaud's wines) without leaving any overt oaky notes - just masses of red and black fruit aromas, with subtle yet heady garrigue herb, spice and forest floor notes, all of which combine in a wine of real elegance and considerable complexity. The fruit is wonderfully bright and fresh, with ripe bramble and raspberry, countered by a lick of sour cherry, making for the sort of sweet-sour style that I love in these "cool climate" Languedoc wines, with fine, tea-like tannins, a subtle mintiness and lip-smacking acidity. Balance is the watchword, and with an abv of 13.0%, this really does hit the spot. Great now, perhaps even better in a year or two. A really lovely wine.
 

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Domaine de La Marfée Frissons d'Ombelles 2012 IGP Pays de l'Hérault
Domaine de La Marfee Frissons d'Ombelles 2012
Vintage
2012

Region Saint Georges d'Orques, west of Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry white - medium-to-full bodied, aged in oak for 1 year
Grapes 60% Roussanne, 30% Chardonnay, 10% other
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food All manner of fish or seafood dishes, white meats
Next day
Brilliant - even better
Drink Now, or over the next 5 to 8 years
The nose is just wonderfully aromatic, complex and full of vivacity - herbaceous and fruity at the same time, with notes of nettles, mint and hay, mingled with fresh apple and peach, a hint of judicious oak and more stony minerality than you can shake a stick at! If it smells good, it tastes even better, with masses of ripe, juicy, garrigue herb-infused stone fruit and soft citrus flavours, again with a pronounced mineral tang and mouth-watering acidity. With genuine complexity, it manages to be soft and approachable, yet beautifully poised and structured at the same time, in a northern Rhône-meets-Burgundy sort of way, with a long, cool, tangy finish. From one of the great Languedoc growers, this is without a doubt my favourite Languedoc white wine - and an absolute steal at the price. Oh, and if you want to know what the 10% "other" grape variety is that goes into the blend, then feel free to drop us an email - it is a "legal" variety but...... it's a long story! Biodynamic.
 

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Domaine de La Marfée Les Gamines 2012 Languedoc Saint Georges d'Orques
Domaine de La Marfee Les Gamines 2012
Vintage
2012

Region Saint Georges d'Orques, west of Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied, aged 2 years in older barrels.
Grapes 50% Mourvedre, 40% Syrah, 10% Grenache
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food Grilled red meats, roasted vegetables, mushrooms risotto
Next day
As good, if not better
Drink Now, or over the next 5 to 8 years
This has the trademark La Marfée blackcurrant leaf aromas, with myriad notes of red and black fruits, garrigue herbs, leather and tobacco. The palate is beautifully balanced, with just a hint of savouriness (herby, rather than meaty) and a veritable bucket-load of fruit, herb and spice flavours, juicy acidity and soft, ripe, tea-like tannins. Whilst made for food, it really is rather vivacious and refreshing, with a real sweet-sour tanginess, which makes it dangerously drinkable, especially whilst cooking! Although this is La Marfée's "entry level" red, it is a serious wine by anyone's standards, and also worthy of a few years' ageing. And, at the price, a real bargain. Biodynamic.
 

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Domaine de La Marfée Della Francesca 2012 Languedoc Saint Georges d'Orques
Domaine de La Marfee Della Francesca 2012
Vintage
2012

Region Saint Georges d'Orques, west of Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry red - medium-to-full bodied
Grapes 80% Mourvedre and 20% Syrah
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food Red meats, stews, game, duck
Next day
As good
Drink Now, or over the next 8 to 10 years
New vintage - tasting note to follow.
 

Price:  £16.99 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine de La Marfée Les Champs Murmurés 2010 Languedoc Saint Georges d'Orques
Domaine de La Marfee Les Champs Murmures 2010
Vintage
2010

Region Saint Georges d'Orques, west of Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry red - medium-to-full bodied
Grapes 50%Syrah, 50% Mourvedre, from very old vines
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Rib of beef, rich stews, game
Next day
As good, if not better
Drink Now, or over the next 5 to 8 years
The colour is a clear, bright, medium-dark cherry red, with a nose that offers a pot-pourri of red and black berry and cherry fruit aromas, mingled with damp earth, polished old wood and a gently meaty, herby savouriness. In terms of development, it is a different animal to the slightly more brooding 2009 vintage - still tightly-knit and focused, but with beautifully ripe, tea-like tannins and ample acidity, combined with sappy, juicy, really elegant sweet-sour red and black fruit flavours, a touch of earthiness and a hint of fine eau de vie, all of which makes it very approachable in its relative youth (approaching 5 years, at the time of writing) - although another 5 years in the cellar will do it no harm at all. Again, as with the other wines in the La Marfée range, it is medium-to-full, rather than being a heavyweight bruiser, with genuine poise and elegance. How tasty is it? Well, this tasting note took me half the bottle to write - enough said!
 

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Domaine de La Marfée Les Vignes Qu'On Abat 2011 IGP Pays de l'Hérault
Domaine de La Marfeee Les Vignes Qu'On Abat 2011
Vintage
2011

Region Saint Georges d'Orques, west of Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied, aged for 2 years in oak barels
Grapes 100% Carignan
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Beef, lamb, duck, perhaps even a spicy tagine
Next day
Still going strong
Drink Over the next 10 to 15 years
New vintage - tasting note to follow.
 

Price:  £23.50 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Saint Sylvestre Blanc 2013 Languedoc
Saint Sylvestre Blanc 2013
Vintage
2013
Region Terrasses du Larzac, 25 km north-west of Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry white - full bodied, fermented/aged in barrel 12 months
Grapes 45% Marsanne, 45% Roussanne, 10% Viognier
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Chicken, fish with rich sauces, veal, cheese
Next day
Even better
Drink Excellent now, but will age for 5 to 10 years
This is grown (fairly) high up in the hills of the Terrasses du Larzac, 30 or so km north-west of Montpellier, where the nights are a little cooler and the growing season a couple of weeks longer than further south. If anything, this is even finer and more elegant than the fabulous 2012, in a northern Rhône-meets-Burgundy sort of way. A lovely pale/medium gold colour with green glints. It has a considerably complex nose that exhibits all manner of white fruit, honeysuckle/floral and herb aromas, whilst the palate is the epitome of restrained power - peachy, appley fruit flavours, laced with honey and lemon, a gently oily texture, a modicum of grape tannin, ample acidity and just a hint of warming spice on one long finish. This really is top, top winemaking, and more than a match for more expensive Northern Rhônes. Drink now, or age for another 5 to 10 years. Lovely wine.
 

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Domaine Saint Sylvestre Rouge 2012 Languedoc Terrasses du Larzac
Vintage
2012
Region Terrasses du Larzac, 25 km north-west of Montpellier
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied, aged in barrel for 24 months
Grapes 70% Syrah, 20% Grenache, 10% Mourvedre
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.5%
Food Grilled or roasted red meats, game, charcuterie
Next day
Even better
Drink Can be drunk now, but will age for 10+ years
Lovely clear bright cherry red colour. Super-complex on the nose, with masses of herb-tinged raspberry and soused cherry fruit aromas, mingled with notes of damp earth, leather and woodsmoke. The palate is fresh, vibrant and full of rich, lively, sweet-edged red and black fruit flavours and - even at the advertised 14.5% abv - supremely balanced and elegant, with a backbone of very fine tannins and excellent acidity. There's also an earthiness and just a hint of savouriness to counter the intensity of the fruit. The finish is fruit-filled, elegant and long. This really is a wonderful example of cool-climate Languedoc red wine - and a classic in the making.
 

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Domaine Treloar One Block Muscat 2013 IGP Côtes Catalanes
Vintage
2013

Region Trouillas in the Cotes du Roussillon, west of Perpignan
Colour/Style Dry white - medium bodied.
Grapes 100% Muscat a Petits Grains
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Aperitif, salads, seafoods, chicken, creamy cheeses
Next day
Still really good
Drink Drink now or up to 2017
As always, a lovely grapey nose, with hints of mandarin orange, dried mixed herbs and some rather unexpected (and really quite complex) notes of damp earth, polished leather and struck flint, not to mention a distinct nuttiness. Of course it displays the classic grapey Muscat characteristics, but has a depth and complexity I have rarely (if ever) encountered in this style of wine. That said, it is beautifully soft and drinkable, almost oily/creamy, with masses of soft citrus and herb- tinged fruit, stony minerality and a refreshing gentle pithiness and a really long finish. I hesitate to use the word "serious" for dry Muscat from southern France, but this is as close as it gets - and is very definitely one of the finest examples of its kind that I have tasted. It's a cracker!.
 

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Domaine Treloar La Terre Promise 2013 IGP Côtes Catalanes
Domaine Treloar La Terre Promise 2013
Vintage
2013

Region Trouillas, west of Perpignan
Colour/Style Dry white - fermented and aged 9 months in oak barrels
Grapes 65% Grenache Gris, 25% Macabeu, 10% Carignan Blanc
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food Fruits de mer, paella, steamed fish, chicken or cheese
Next day
Better still - takes time to evolve
Drink Now, or up to 2018
Beautifully understated, with a complex array of fruit and non-fruit aromas and flavours. On the nose, we have a subtle mix of apple, clove, garrigue herbs and wet stone, leading to a nicely taut palate, with spiced apple and tangy citrus flavours, nicely judged oak and a stony/mineral edge which, combined with some dried herb and nutty elements, makes for a really quite racy, yet elegant wine. If anything, the non-fruit elements win the day, but that is a plus point in my book - this is a really quite serious wine, which will appeal to lovers of good white Burgundy and old-style Rioja. Not that I'm comparing it to either style - just that it is beautifully-made and "winey". Very definitely the best vintage of La Terre Promise so far, in my opinion.
 

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Domaine Treloar One Block Grenache 2012 IGP Côtes Catalanes
Treloar One Block Grenache 2012
Vintage
2012

Region Côtes Catalanes, Trouillas, south-west of Perpignan
Colour/Style Dry red - medium-bodied, 20% aged in oak for 1 year
Grapes 50% Grenache, 30% Lledoner Pelut, 20% Syrah
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Spicy sausages, meat balls, roasted vegetables
Next day
As good
Drink Good now, with food, or over the next 5 to 8 years
Quite a dark translucent black cherry colour. An initial hint of reduction blows off with time in the glass. Lots of meaty and savoury aromas, with prominent spice and herb notes and hints of damp earth, leather and polished wood, like an old wardrobe. The palate is firm and robust, but the tannins are more than matched by an abundance of concentrated, spice and herb-laden bramble and dark cherry fruit, mouth-watering acidity and a really persistent, peppery/spicy finish. Previous vintages of One Block Grenache have tended to be softer and a little more approachable in their youth, but this one (although rather delicious now, especially with hearty food) will certainly benefit from a few years in the cellar, for those tannins to soften. And when they do, I have no doubt that this will emerge as a really fine wine, and the best vintage yet of One Block Grenache - and therefore a rather excellent bargain.
 

Price:  £9.95 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Treloar Three Peaks 2012 Côtes du Roussillon
Treloar Three Peaks 2012
Vintage
2012

Region Cotes du Roussillon, Trouillas, south-west of Perpignan
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied. Aged 12 months in used oak barrels
Grapes 52% Syrah, 18% Mourvedre, 30% Grenache
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.0%
Food Grilled meats, casseroles, cheese
Next day
Even better
Drink Lovely now, but will age nicely to 2020 and beyond
A dense but translucent dark cherry colour, this offers bright bramble and black cherry aromas, with subtle notes of roasted meat, damp earth, curry spices and wood smoke. The colour might suggest a rather deep, tannic wine, but it really is deliciously drinkable and approachable. Yes, the tannins are fairly robust and chewy (for now) but the combination of ripe, juicy fruit and mouth-watering acidity provide an excellent foil - so much so that trying not to drink it all at this early stage may be an exercise in futility. It really is a lovely wine, with a good deal of complexity, not to mention a lengthy finish. Of course, it certainly has the structure to age for a few years...... but I'm almost tempted to say why wait? I have mentioned this before, but I think Three Peaks is the real sweet spot in the Domaine Treloar range - and this may well be the best vintage yet.
 

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Domaine Treloar Le Secret 2012 Côtes du Roussillon
Treloar Le Secret 2012
Vintage
2012
 
Region Cotes du Roussillon, Trouillas, south-west of Perpignan
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied, aged in oak barriques 
Grapes 85% Syrah, 15% Grenache
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.5%
Food Beef, lamb, game, cheese
Next day
Better still
Drink Excellent now, but will age for 10+ years
Tell you what - in many ways, this is a wine to please lovers of Claret, with its deep, dark, earthy, tobacco-scented bramble and cassis fruit and classy oak ageing, with background notes of garrigue herbs, allspice and leather. And what lovely balance on the palate - rich red and black fruit flavours combine with mouth-watering acidity and velvety tannins in a wine that is already gorgeously smooth and very drinkable. That said, there are undoubtedly hidden depths, with a complexity and tight structure which suggests a great future.
 

Price:  £13.75 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Treloar Motus 2012 Côtes du Roussillon
Treloar Motus 2012
Vintage
2012

Region Côtes du Roussillon, Trouillas, south-west of Perpignan
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied, aged 12 months in oak barriques 
Grapes 92% Mourvedre, 8% Grenache
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food Beef, lamb, game, cheese
Next day
Better still
Drink Really good now, but will evolve to 2020 and beyond
Aged for 12 months in American oak barriques (20% new). The nose is smoky and meaty, but at the same time full of bright, fresh bramble and black cherry fruit aromas, with hints of garrigue herbs, ground coriander, cumin, damp earth and mocha. A combination of ripe black fruits, grippy tannins and ample acidity makes for a hearty, chunky, dense wine, which coats the palate and cries out for food at the moment - a thick entrecôte steak, duck, or a rack of lamb spring to mind. That said, this is a wine of genuine quality and breeding, and will age and soften beautifully over the next 5 to 10 years into something rather sublime, to go with something more gamey or mushroomy, or even stinky and cheesy. I have yet to taste a vintage of Motus that isn't delicious (in many ways) but this is as close to top Bandol as any I have tasted so far. A beautifully crafted and tight-structured wine, which will reap rich rewards for those who are patient enough to stick it in the cellar for a few years.
 

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Domaine Treloar Tahi 2010 Côtes du Roussillon
Vintage
2010

Region Côtes du Roussillon, Trouillas, south-west of Perpignan
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied. Aged in oak barriques
Grapes 60% Syrah, 25% Mourvedre, 15% Grenache
Alcohol (a.b.v)
14.5%
Food Roast or grilled red meats, game, wild mushroom dishes
Next day
Better still
Drink Surprisingly approachable now, but will age for 10+ years
New vintage - tasting note to follow.
 

Price:  £18.95 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Treloar Muscat de Rivesaltes 2013 (50cl)
Treloar Muscat de Rivesaltes 2013
Vintage
2013

Region Trouillas, south-west of Perpignan
Colour/Style White, vin doux naturel
Grapes 100% Muscat à Petit Grains
Alcohol (a.b.v)
16.0%
Food Aperitif, fruit, desserts, paté, soft cheeses
Next day
Improves and retains its freshness for weeks
Drink Anytime over the next 5 years
New vintage - tasting note to follow.
 

Price:  £9.76 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Treloar MO2 2013 Vin de France (50cl)
Vintage
A solera from the 2011 harvest, bottled in 2013

Region Trouillas, south-west of Perpignan
Colour/Style White, almost dry, lightly fortified
Grapes 100% Muscat à Petit Grains
Alcohol (a.b.v)
15.0%
Food Aperitif, foie gras, patés, cheeses
Next day
Stays fresh for many days after opening
Drink Anytime over the next 5 to 10 years
New vintage - tasting note to follow.
 

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Domaine Sol-Payre Albae 2014 Côtes du Roussillon
Domaine Sol-Payre Albae 2014
Vintage
2014

Region Cotes du Roussillon, Elne, south-east of Perpignan
Colour/Style Dry white - medium/full bodied
Grapes Grenache Gris and Blanc, Macabeu
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food As an apéritif, or with white meats, fish, seafood
Next day
Better still
Drink Excellent now, or keep for 2 to 3 years
A lovely nose of peach, citrus and spiced apple pie, with hints of garrigue herbs and spring flowers. The palate is delightfully fresh and crammed full of ripe white fruits, tangy/zesty citrus and again, apple pie with a hint of spicy cinnamon and clove. Not a hint of heat, or even warmth - the texture is lean and tightly-wound, with excellent acidity and a touch of stony minerality. Long too. What a lovely wine, ideal for sipping on the patio, or to be paired with myriad fish and seafood dishes, chicken or hors d'oeuvres. A cracking example of the classic Roussillon white blend.
 

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Domaine Sol-Payre Sacré Numéro 2013 Côtes du Roussillon
Sol-Payre Sacre Numero 2013
Vintage
2013

Region Cotes du Roussillon, Elne, south-east of Perpignan
Colour/Style Dry red - medium bodied, aged 1 year in stainless steel
Grapes 1/3 each of Syrah, Grenache and Carignan
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Roast beef or lamb, roast vegetable dishes, cheese, pasta
Next day
Better still
Drink Excellent now, or keep for up to 5 years
For those familiar with the wines of Domaine Sol-Payré, this is what used to be known as their "Tradition" cuvée. It isn't pretending to be a "special" wine - it just does everything that you expect of a really good, honest, hearty, well-made Côtes du Roussillon red. Aged for 12 months in stainless steel vats, so no oak to get in the way of all of that wonderfully heady, ripe, tangy spice and herb-tinged bramble and cherry fruit! Though certainly not lacking in structure, this really is a joy to drink from the moment the cork is popped, with masses of ripe fruit flavours, combined with gently grippy tannins and mouth-watering acidity. The result is a simply delicious and life-affirming wine, which transports you instantly to a warm summer's evening in the south of France.

 

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Domaine Sol-Payre Ivresse de Sens 2012 Côtes du Roussillon
Domaine Sol-Payre Ivresse de Sens 2012
Vintage
2005

Region Cotes du Roussillon, Elne, west of Perpignan
Colour/Style Dry red - full bodied. Aged in oak barrels for 1 year.
Grapes 50% Syrah, 20% Grenache, 30% Carignan
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Roast beef or lamb, roast vegetable dishes, cheese, pasta
Next day
Better still
Drink Superb now, or keep for a further 3 to 5 years
Not for nothing have we been importing from Domaine Sol-Payré for so long - and this is a brilliant example of why. It is essentially an oak-aged version of Sacré Numéro (see above) and is gently savoury - though more in a herby than meaty way - and spicy, with masses of black cherry and bramble fruit aromas and flavours and a very subtle oak influence, with ample acidity and firmness of structure. Another, long, luscious, and completely delicious wine, which is very approachable now, though with the stuffing to age and evolve for a few years. 
 

Price:  £12.50 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Domaine Gayda Figure Libre Freestyle Blanc 2013 IGP Pays d'Oc
Gayda Figure Libre Blanc 2013
Vintage
2013

Region IGP Pays d'Oc - sourced from various parts of Roussillon
Colour/Style Dry white - full bodied, aged in barrel for 9 months
Grapes 55% Grenache Blanc, 15% Marsanne, 10% Roussanne, 10% Chenin Blanc, 10% Maccabeu
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food White meats, cold cuts, salads or on its own
Next day
Even better
Drink Now, or over the next 3 to 5 years
The majority of the grapes are sourced from different vineyards around St. Martin de Fenouillèdes in Roussillon's Agly Valley. Each variety is fermented and aged in 1 and 2 year-old barrels for 9 months, before being blended and aged for a further 3 months in vat. The colour is a limpid pale gold, with orange glints. Complex aromas of ripe apples, lime/orange oil, honey, garrigue herbs and spring flowers, with a touch of judicious oak. Tangy/zingy on the palate, but with a touch of richness, with apple and citrus flavours countered by hints of honey and roasted nuts. Acidity? This has it aplenty - a really zingy, refreshing wine, which if tasted blind I would swear was from somewhere cooler. A really delicious wine, and a cracking bargain!
 

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Domaine Gayda Figure Libre Chenin Blanc 2013 IGP Pays d'Oc
Gayda Chenin Blanc 2013
Vintage
2013

Region IGP Pays d'Oc - Brugairolles, near Limoux
Colour/Style Dry white - full bodied, aged in barrel for 9 months
Grapes 100% Chenin Blanc
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food All manner of fish and seafood, blue cheeses, cold cuts
Next day
Even better
Drink Now, or over the next 5 to 10 years
Pale straw colour with orange glints. Nettles and grass on the nose, with hints of spring flowers, pink grapefruit and mandarin orange, and definite slatey minerality. A complex palate, focused, tight and full of racy minerality, with flavours of cut lime, tart apple and herbs de Provence, with really mouth-watering acidity, leading to a long, bone-dry finish. This would give many a Loire Chenin a run for its money - especially in the acidity and minerality stakes. Lovely wine!
 

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Domaine Gayda Figure Libre Freestyle Rouge 2013 IGP Pays d'Oc
Gayda Figure Libre Red 2013
Vintage
2013

Region IGP Pays d'Oc - sourced from various parts of Languedoc
Colour/Style Dry red - full-bodied, aged in barrels for 9 months
Grapes 45% Syrah, 25% Grenache, 20% Carignan, 10% Mourvedre
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food Red meats, game, roasted vegetables
Next day
Even better
Drink Now, or up to 2020
New vintage - tasting note to follow.
 

Price:  £11.50 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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Chateau Rives-Blanques Le Limoux 2013 Limoux
Rives-Blanques Le Limoux 2013
Vintage
2013

Region From the hills surrounding Limoux
Colour/Style Dry white, barrel-fermented, medium/full bodied
Grapes A blend of Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc and Mauzac
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.5%
Food On its own, or with fish, chicken, cheese
Next day
Still very good
Drink Now or over the next 3 to 5 years
A delightful array of aromas - ripe apples, oranges, passion fruit and lime oil, with subtle notes of garrigue herbs and white pepper. There's also more than a hint of wet stone minerality, in a really quite complex and alluring wine. The palate is oh-so fresh and vibrant, with classic cool-climate apple-tinged Chardonnay fruit, married to lemony/zesty/minerally Chenin Blanc and the more herby, non-fruit character of Mauzac. And it more than equals the sum of its parts, with ripeness of fruit and mineral nervosity in equal measure, and a long, cool, gently minty finish. And before I know it...... my bottle is almost finished. What a lovely wine, which will appeal to lovers or Burgundy and Loire alike.
 

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Chateau Rives-Blanques Odyssée 2014 Limoux
Rives-Blanques Odyssee 2014
Vintage
2014

Region From the hills surrounding Limoux
Colour/Style Dry white, barrel-fermented, medium bodied
Grapes 100% Chardonnay
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Fish with sauce, white meats, creamy pasta dishes
Next day
Still very good
Drink Over the next 2 or 3 years
100% Chardonnay, fermented and aged for 6 months in oak barrels (one-third new). New vintage - tasting note to follow.
 

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Chateau Rives-Blanques Dédicace 2012 Limoux
Rives-Blanques Dedicace 2012
Vintage
2012

Region From the hills surrounding Limoux
Colour/Style Dry white, fermented and aged in oak barrels
Grapes 100% Chenin Blanc
Alcohol (a.b.v)
13.0%
Food Fish, shellfish, white meats, cold cuts
Next day
Still very good
Drink Now or over the next 5 years
Aged in barrels of up to 5 years old, but with 8% new. New vintage - tasting note to follow.
 

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Chateau Rives-Blanques 2012 Blanquette de Limoux
Rives-Blanques Blanquette 2012
Vintage
2012

Region From the hills surrounding Limoux
Colour/Style Sparkling white, brut
Grapes 90% Mauzac, plus Chardonnay and Chenin Blanc
Alcohol (a.b.v)
12.5%
Food As an aperitif, or with all kinds of food
Next day
Drink on the same night
Drink Over the next 3 to 5 years
A fruity, grapey nose, with hints of sweet apples and oranges. The palate is clean and super-fresh, with a fine, persistent mousse, very slightly off-dry, with bags of fruit. 15 months ageing on its lees makes for a toasty, quite opulent style, with rich, spiced apple fruit and real mineral depth. A really cracking sparkler, and a match for many a Champagne.
 

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Chateau Rives-Blanques Vintage Rose 2013 Crémant de Limoux
Rives-Blanques Vintage Rose 2013
Vintage
2013

Region From the hills surrounding Limoux
Colour/Style Sparkling rosé, brut
Grapes 65% Chardonnay, 20% Chenin, 10% Mauzac, 5% Pinot 
Alcohol (a.b.v)
12.5%
Food As an aperitif, or with all kinds of food
Next day
Best drunk on the same night, though will keep overnight
Drink Over the next 5 to 8 years
A lovely, pale salmon pink colour, with just about the liveliest mousse I've ever seen, and a very fine bead. The aromas and flavours are almost shockingly tight and austere at first. But wait.......... after some time in the glass, it really begins to open out. Ripe apple and small red fruit aromas peep through (redcurrant, raspberry, cherry), with hints of soft citrus, spring blossom, candied orange peel and wet wool. The key is obviously - at this early stage - to let the bubbles die down and to taste it as if it were a dry table wine. And then, when it is refreshed with another small pour from the bottle, it gets even better - still dry, but with more and more garrigue herb-infused fruit beginning to emerge, and massive, stony minerality. This is a wine to drink now - with food, and after some air - or to age for 3 to 5 years or more, after which it will evolve into something rather fine. Patience is the watchword.
 

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Domaine Sol-Payré Rivesaltes Grenat 2013
Sol-Payre Rivesaltes Grenat 2013
Vintage
2013
Domaine Sol-Payré Muscat de Rivesaltes
Region Rivesaltes, near Perpignan
Colour/Style Red vin doux naturel
Grapes 100% Grenache
Alcohol (a.b.v)
15.5%
Food Duck with tangy sauce, cheese, rich cakes, chocolate
Next day
Improves for days (even weeks), once opened
Drink Anytime over the next 10+ years
100% old vine Grenache, harvested at the peak of maturity, with yields of just 20hl/ha. The grapes are given a long maceration, followed by "mutage sur grains" (the addition of a small amount of grape brandy to the must) which stops the fermentation, thus retaining both intense fruit flavours and a certain amount of residual grape sugar. The nose simply brims with rich, ripe bramble and cassis fruit, with all manner of herb and spice notes, balsam, damp earth and fine eau de vie. The palate is even more fruit-filled and rich, with the fresh red/black fruits augmented by hints of fig, prune and soused black cherry, with fine, relatively soft tannins and ample acidity. The result is a tangy, sweet-sour style of wine which is dangerously drinkable. And whilst utterly lovely on its own, it will go equally well with savoury dishes such as duck with a rich red wine jus, foie gras or assorted cheeses, as well as rich fruitcakes and - yes - chocolate. In fact, it provided a fantastic foil for my home-made chocolate tart, with a side serving of freshly-scrumped Languedoc cherries!
 

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Domaine Sol-Payré Terre de Pierres Rivesaltes Hors d'Age
Sol-Payre Terre de Pierres
Vintage
N/V
Domaine Sol-Payré Muscat de Rivesaltes
Region Rivesaltes, near Perpignan
Colour/Style Red/amber, vin doux naturel, aged 3+ years in barrel
Grapes 100% Grenache
Alcohol (a.b.v)
15.5%
Food Soft cheeses, rich cakes and puddings or on its own
Next day
Improves for weeks, once opened
Drink Anytime over the next 20+ years
100% Grenache, aged for a minimum of 3 years in old oak barrels, outside on a terrace, at the mercy of the seasons. A mix of vintages, but with the majority based on the 2003 vintage. Beautiful on the eye, it has all the colours of the sunset - amber/gold/mahogany, with carmine glints. The nose offers a riot of fruit and non-fruit aromas - dried orange, fig, toffee, roasted coffee grounds, curry spices and damp earth - all of which carry through to the palate, with wave upon wave of sweet/tangy citrus and rich burnt toffee and fruitcake flavours, laced with herbs and spices and all manner of secondary flavours, culminating in a long, cool, minty finish. If vintage Maury or Banyuls is the equivalent of vintage Port, this is sort of halfway between that and Madeira - only a lot cheaper. This note is actually based on a newly-opened bottle, although I can confirm - from a previous bottle enjoyed over 2-3 weeks - that it just gets more and more intense, the longer you leave it open. A simply wonderful, hedonistic, rich, tangy, sweet-sour wine, to drink with soft/tangy cheeses, rich puddings, cheesecakes, sweet fruit tarts, after dinner, or simply on its own. Marvellous stuff!
 

Price:  £21.95 (Including: VAT at 20%)

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