Dark reddish-purple, this Languedoc red breathes ripe, grapey fruit, raspberry fruits, and fragrant black pepper with a lightly herbaceous 'leafy' back note. Full and luscious on the first taste, its juicy black fruit is nicely balanced by tart, crisp acidity, with soft tannins lurking behind the fruit to create a fresh, mouth-watering flavour - great structure. Very luscious on palate. Finishes o…
The palate is bright with ripe red and black fruit aromas and rich liquorice notes, balanced by delicate tannins. This wine has a remarkable balance, thanks to its good acidity and freshness. Long finish with white pepper flavours.
Wonderfully poopy with some lovely funky crisper berry fruit. Nice mulchy aromas too. Palate is soft, clean, bit of spice and a red apple and with some spice on the end, gripping tannin, but well structured. A lovely Carignan, Grenache and Syrah blend.
Given the new interest in �Volcanic Wine� it should be noted that Auverge is the largest volcanic area in Europe. The main production is of red wine; the appellation is classified as within the Loire, though geographically is quite separate from it. Gamay/Pinot Noir is a traditional blend, giving distinctive light, mineral wines which can be enjoyed at classic room temperature, but are even more p…
Beautiful garnet red colour. Intense, elegant nose with notes of fresh fruit mixed with spice, gradually developing hints of liquorice and smoke. On the palate, the intense flavours mingle with a smooth structure, and plump, well-integrated tannins. Good length and freshness make this a pleasant, very drinkable wine.
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