Situated on the sun-baked Mediterranean shores, spanning some 222 kilometres of coastline from the Camargue to the Spanish border, Languedoc-Roussillon is the oldest and largest wine region in France.
A deep, lustrous and inky colour, the wine has a nose of crushed red fruit, wild herbs and a hint of smoke. The palate is rich and ripe, with a supple tannic structure and multi-layered texture.
This is a youthful and fruit-focused Cabernet, emphasising its ripe bramble fruit with lively acidity and supple tannins.
Fresh and citrussy, with slightly floral hints, and an unmistakable note of green bell peppers on the nose. Very light on the palate, with a medium length finish.
A medium-bodied Pinot Noir with a velvety textured palate brimming with ripe cherry and strawberry fruits laced with vanilla, leading to a rounded finish.
Deep and inky red in colour, the wine is crammed with black cherry fruit, lifted by subtle vanilla aromas from a touch of oak ageing. Bold, meaty tannins provide satisfying texture and length.
Elegant with white flower and hazelnut aromas and delicious pear and honey flavours. Perfectly suited to fish dishes, from delicate to full-flavoured.
As seen on TV. Reminiscent of its origins on stony schist hillsides, and possessing great texture and length. The citrus fruit backbone is joined by hints of fennel and wild herbs.