“Complexity and generosity. A harmonious blend of Mourvèdre, Grenache and Cinsault. A nose that reveals scents of sun-dried grass. A hint of soy, a hint of menthol. A mouth with biting tannins and bloody notes. Bring out the meat.”
This Cabernet Sauvignon wine is enhanced by a tiny part of Syrah that adds floral and spicy notes. Full-bodied and harmonious, it possesses tight tannins. This Provence favorite is a must with lamb chops!
“A blend of Monastrell, Cabernet Sauvignon and Tempranillo. A complex nose of bloody notes, almost like charcuteries, that evolve to black fruits, coffee and cocoa. Some fig, plum and café latte notes. A mouth balanced by acidity, a round texture and strong tannins. Supple and long, with hints of gingerbread.”
“An American that could pass for Rhône! Mostly Mourvèdre with hints of Grenache and Syrah. Some spice and floral notes that mimic wines from southern Rhône or Provence, while being slightly more round and seductive, but not overtly. Woody notes are rather marked, but bring volume to the fruit.”