Classic Red 2016

AOC Saint-Chinian
 

Soils: Clay and limestone (Mourvèdre, Syrah, Carignan, Grenache), Sandstone (Syrah, Carignan, Mourvèdre) and Schist (Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre)
Grape varieties: Grenache: 39 %, Carignan: 22 %, Mourvèdre: 22 %, Syrah: 17 %
Harvest: By hand, in small crates with sorting
Harvest date: September 16 to October 5
Vinification: Traditional, with 4 to 6-week vatting times.
Maturing: Concrete tanks and barrels (for Syrah and Mourvèdre) on the lees.
Treatment of the wine: Not fined or filtered
Alcoholic content: 13.5 % vol.
Packaging: Bordeaux bottles 75 cl and 1.5 l


Tasting notes:

This wine has a very mellow, typical aroma profile with notes of cocoa, spices, pepper, blackcurrant and Morello cherries. These aromas are joined on the palate with hints of thyme, liquorice, coffee and smoky notes. The structure is well-rounded and fresh, offering a pleasingly long finish on notes of roasted coffee.
 

Serving suggestions:

Considering its structure and freshness, this wine may be enjoyed with a wide range of dishes. Its typical aromas mean that it is well-suited to Mediterranean food, but it has a much broader potential.
To do full justice to the wine, it should be served at a temperature of around 18 °C.

 

Previous vintages :

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Previous vintages :

AOC Saint-Chinian


Soils: Clay-and limestone (Mourvèdre, Syrah, Carignan, Grenache), Sandstone (Syrah, Mourvèdre) and Schist (Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre)
Grape varieties: Mourvèdre: 36 %, Syrah: 45 %, Grenache: 12 %, Carignan: 7 %
Harvest: By hand, in small crates, with sorting.
Harvest dates: September 15 to 30
Vinification: Traditional with 5 to 6 weeks’ vatting time. Malolactic fermentation in barrels
Maturing: Barrels (for Syrah and Mourvèdre), matured on the lees
Treatments: Not fined or filtered
Alcohol content: 14 % vol.
Packaging: 75 cl Bordeaux bottles


Tasting notes:

This wine offers a wide, harmonious range of aromas: red berries, particularly cherries, very floral garrigue aromas, lime blossom and toasty, resinous notes.
The wine is dense, well-rounded and fresh on the palate, with a lingering, roasted almond finish.
 

Tasting suggestions:

Considering its structure and freshness, this wine may be enjoyed with a wide range of dishes and can stand up well to hot, spicy foods.

To do full justice to the wine, it should be served at a temperature of around 18 °C.


Data sheet to download: click here.

Rouge Grand Vin 2015

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LM 2018

Vin de Pays d’Oc

CERTIFIE HAUTE VALEUR ENVIRONNEMENTALE


Sol: Argilo-calcaire pour le sauvignon et schistes pour le piquepoul
Cépage: Sauvignon 60 %, Piquepoul blanc 40 %
Vendanges: Manuelles, en cagettes, avec tri
Date des vendanges: 27 et 28 août pour le sauvignon et 11 septembre pour le piquepoul
Vinifications: Pressurage lent - Débourbage - Fermentation en cuve
Élevage: Sur lies, en cuves inox
Degré alcoolique: 12,5 % vol.
Conditionnement: Bouteilles bordelaises de 75 cl
 

Notes de dégustation :

Le registre aromatique au nez est très aérien. On y trouve des arômes d’abricot, de pêche blanche et de citron vert, mais aussi des notes florales et de verveine avec un fond léger de senteurs de pinède.
Tout ceci est mis en avant par une bouche ronde et acidulée.
 

Conseils de dégustation:

Cette cuvée trouvera toute sa place pour accompagner apéritifs, tapas et poissons grillés ou marinés. Sa structure et sa fraîcheur lui permettront aussi de se marier à de nombreux autres mets plus riches.



Fiche à télécharger, cliquer ici.

 

Previous vintages :

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Blanc Classic 2019

Vin de Pays d’Oc

HIGH ENVIRONMENTAL VALUE CERTIFIED
 

Soil: Clay-and limestone (sauvignon), schist (piquepoul)
Grape varieties: Sauvignon 60 %, Piquepoul 40 %
Harvest: By hand, in small crates, with sorting
Harvest dates: August 27, 28 for Sauvignon and September 11 for Piquepoul
Vinification: Slow pressing - Settling - Fermentation in the tank
Maturing: On the lees in stainless steel tanks
Alcohol content: 12,5 % vol.
Packaging: 75 cl Bordeaux bottles


Tasting notes:

Very light, airy apricot, white peach and lime aromas with floral and verbena notes and refreshing hints of pine, all highlighted by a roundness and acidulous freshness on the palate.


Tasting suggestions:

This wine may be served as an aperitif or with tapas and grilled or marinated fish. Its structure and freshness mean that it can also be enjoyed with a variety of other, richer dishes.

 

Data sheet to download: click here.

Previous vintages :

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Previous vintages :

Blanc Grand vin 2018

Vin de Pays d’Oc

CERTIFIE HAUTE VALEUR ENVIRONNEMENTALE
 

Soil: Clay-and limestone (sauvignon), schist (piquepoul)
Grape variety: Sauvignon 66 %, Piquepoul 33 %
Harvest: By hand, in small crates, with sorting
Harvest dates: August 27, 28 for sauvignon, September 11 for piquepoul
Vinification: Slow pressing – Settling - Fermentation in 1-wine barrels (50 %) and 2-wine barrels (50 %)
Maturing: In barrels on the lees, with stirring
Alcohol content: 12,5 % vol.
Packaging: 75 cl Bordeaux bottles
 

Tasting notes:

This wine has a very complex, well-balanced aroma profile with dried fruit notes (almonds and hazelnuts), smoky and floral notes (vine blossom) and hints of apricot, white peach and passion fruit.
The same richness is found on the palate, supported by a real fleshiness and volume, though still retaining a freshness and acidity that give it such a long finish.

 

Tasting suggestions:

This wine may be served with a wide range of fish or white meat dishes as well as a variety of cheeses. It combines superbly with Asian food, most spices and Oriental dishes.
To enjoy the wine at its best, take care not to over-chill it.

Domaine La Madura

Route de Salabert - 34360 Saint-Chinian - France
 

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