Grapes: Mourvèdre 70%, Black Grenache 15%, Syrah 15%
Style: Very Full-bodied
Region: France, Languedoc-Roussillon
Dark and Dangerous!
How it's made: Hand-picked grapes with separate pressings for each grape variety. Gentle and slow extraction, then matured in barrels and expertly assembled before bottling at the Chateau.
Tasting: Velvety smooth, strong and generous, this dark red beauty just keeps on giving, sip after sip. The aromas are of the darkest black fruits, peppery and spicy. Similarly, the palate is cram-packed with ripe and luscious berry fruit, woody with firm tannins all rounded off by a smooth, silky finish.
This is such a grow-up wine, which would perfectly match mature beef, game and dark, rich dishes. We're having it with rib of beef this weekend!
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