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Similar in style to wines from Condrieu and in our opinion better than most, this wine is by far the best Viognier we have tasted from the Languedoc. The...

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A blend of seven white grapes, the most important being Chardonnay, Petit Manseng and Riesling but also included are Viognier, Roussanne, Clairette and...

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An intensely fruity Pinot Noir with ripe tannins and beautiful balance, the relatively young vines are grown on north facing slopes so as to retain elegance and freshness.

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Made from 100% Pinot Noir from ancient vines, has a complex nose with red fruit and spice and an equally complex and perfumed palate with morello cherries, spice and cocoa. An unusual and stunning example of Pinot Noir in the Languedoc.

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A blend of all the white grapes, this wine combines fruit and rich complexity with the acidic bite that many white Languedoc wines fail to achieve. It holds its own with substantial dishes including foie gras and seafood with sauces.

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Similar in style to wines from Condrieu and in our opinion better than most, this wine is by far the best Viognier we have tasted from the Languedoc. The north facing slopes at high altitudes in the Haut Languedoc along with Catherine's hard work in the vineyard and minimum intervention make this fine and delicate wine it is. Peach, pear and citrus notes on the nose give way to a creamy, delicate yet complex palate with a clean and long finish. A truly excellent wine.

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Jérôme intends to age this in barrels in the future. Aroma of incense and concentrated smooth damsons on the palate lead to an intense and lingering finish.

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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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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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These grape varieties are a marriage made in heaven. The blend of Syrah with its tannic structure and the finesse of the Pinot Noir makes for an extremely elegant wine which will compliment all kinds of dishes.

Cherry and raspberry fruit on the nose give way to a rounded palate with red fruit and spice.

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