The Southern French winemaking regions stretch right across the Southern coast of France. Provence is perhaps the warmest wine region in France and produces mainly rosé and red wine. Provence wine has often been compared with the wines of Southern Rhône, as they share both grapes and, to some degree, style and climate. The Languedoc region is primarily red wine territory, although some rosé is produced, as well as increasing amounts of attractive whites. The area was transformed by the Vin de Pays classification of 1979, permitting the cultivation of new grape varieties and the opportunity to rival the New...
This majority Carignan blend is bursting with mixed berries, plums and roasted figs on the nose. Incredibly well balanced, with sweet fruit flavours underpinned by black fruit and refreshing acidity, this is a deliciously complex wine. Liquorice flavours intermingle with notes of strawberry and blackberry compote which dance on the palate. The lengthy finish is characterised by ripe plum flavours...more
Bottle 75cl £20.13