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This cuvée, first made in 1985, is mostly aged in wood (for a year) and includes some carbonic maceration for the Carignan, blended after malolactic fermentation. It will age very well as the young wine is packed with ripe, oaky vanilla flavours with a backbone of tannin.

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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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