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La Chapelle is the second wine from this famous estate but is no means second in quality. Made from a divers blend of Mediterranean white grape varieties this wine is full, rich, fruity and honeyed with good balancing acidity and hints of spice, mint and aniseed. It goes superbly well with many dishes including a simple plate of prawns with lemon, rich seafood dishes or even oriental flavours.

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An elegant and complex wine, with a nose of ripe blackcurrant and blackberry fruits, balanced notes of smokiness and garrigue herbs. A well-structured and concentrated wine with smooth tannins.

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Mostly aged in oak, this wine is complex on the nose with ripe fruit, liquorice, acacia flowers and spices. Concentrated and full-bodied on the palate with well-balanced tannins. Marc suggests drinking it with roasted woodpigeon or wild goose with caramelised figs. But any red meat will do! Marc and Sophie have awarded the 1999 vintage of this cuvée their very own ‘Coup de Coeur’!

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Aged in cuve and oak, this wine gives very ripe black fruits on the nose with garrigue aromas and black pepper. An elegant and concentrated palate with supple tannins. Marc’s personal serving suggestions include rabbit, tarragon terrine with sun-dried tomatoes or tuna steak with anchovies.

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