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Languedoc-Roussillon is France's largest and best value region - and here's the case to prove it!
Thanks to lower land costs across the Languedoc, a new wave of producers have made their way in, bringing innovative production practices, and creating bang for your buck wines that take on the big regions. International demand is rapidly growing in response to this as the breadth of varietals and styles ticks everyones boxes.
Dip your toes and find out what the fuss is about!
Domaine de Sainte-Cecile Rosé de Sainte-Cecile 2019 Pale pink in the glass there's a mix of strawberry and raspberry on the nose, with the addition of lemon and grapefruit citrus on the palate.
Domaine de Sainte-Cecile Viognier 2020 Think melon, apricot, and white peaches with a hint of fresh jasmine. Full bodied and well structured, it pairs well with white meats like roast chicken and pork or with any stone-fruit dessert (we like it with warm apple pie and a big scoop of vanilla ice cream!).
Domaine de Sainte-Cecile Chardonnay 2019 Pale yellow in colour and with aromas of ripe yellow fruits, almond and a lemon perfume, it pairs well with both soft and hard cheeses, white fleshed fish, and a big, buttery roast chicken. Drink this now and into summer 2022 - you won't be disappointed.
Mont Tauch Fitou Vieilles Vignes 2017 From Vieilles Vignes (old vines) comes a rich, harmonious red with plenty of personality. Delicate woody aromas alongside red fruits and sweet spices lead to long, lingering fruit flavours and silky smooth tannins on the palate. A balanced, medium to full bodied wine that's an excellent match for meat meals.
Belles du Sud Cabernet Franc 2019 Cabernet Franc can be a tough grape to get right. Sometimes it’s herbaceous and savoury, and others its full of wonderfully ripe fruit flavours. This award winning wine is one of the latter.
Marcel Martin Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 Grapes picked from all around the Pays d’Oc region in the south of France, were blended to create this wine that is approachable in its youth, without losing any of its varietal flavor. Blackcurrant, red cherry, and a hint of dark, rich spice is most obvious.
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