Even though the Domaine is within the geographic bounds of AOC Saint Chinian, the percentage of Cinsault excludes it from AOC status, which requires that grenache, syrah, and mourvèdre must combine to total at least 60% of the blend. Therefore, the label reads "Vin de pays des Monts de la Grage". 15 year old vines Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks Slightly peppery on the nose from the Syrah, with subtle toast and earthy notes, along with light and fruity red berries. In the mouth it is firm, with lovely fruity red berry flavours. A very well rounded wine, relatively light and an absolute joy to drink. Very easy drinking and a fine example of excellent value for money.
80% cinsault, 10% syrah, 10% grenache
VDP Monts de la Grage
30 year old vines Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks An expressive wine with notes of liquorice, pepper, and jammy red berries. It is medium bodied, fresh, elegant and extremely well balanced. Another great example of fabulous quality wine at an equally fabulous price.
30% Syrah, 30% grenache, 20% mourvedre, 20% cinsault
AOC St Chinian
Le Loup blanc Rosé is from the Languedoc region on the south coast of France, just a short drive from Narbonne. This area is known for its pale but flavoursome rosé wine. Our Le Loup blanc rosé is pale pink in colour, but doesn't pale when it comes to flavour. It is a dry wine but with fresh fruity flavours, minerality and very rounded. A wine that screams summer. Le Loup blanc is an organic vineyard.
50% chenancon, 50% cinsault
IGP AUDE Val de Cesse