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Chateau d’Or et de Gueules “Les Cimels” Rouge
Deep coloured, spicy and concentrated mouth with a very good length. There is a complex nose of dark fruits, freshly cracked black pepper and herbs de Provence. The palate is full bodied with rich, juicy fruit filling the mouth. This wine is really ample and marked by elegance..
Chateau d’Or et de Gueules “Qu’es aQuo”
Aged for 12 month in oak, this wine shows a beautiful garnet color. Warm nose, frank and floral. The tannins are soft and fleshy at once. Aromas of cherries kirchées associated with peat notes, the palate is velvety & the freshness gives finesse to the nectar.
Chateau Pesquié “Quintessence”
Dark purple color, this wine displays a nose of black fruits (morello cherry), roasting aromas and black olives. The mouth is very structured, wealth and power balanced by the freshness of the terroir of Mont Ventoux, garrigue notes & black cherry with silky tannins
Chateau Pesquié Quintessence white
Golden white with bright reflects. Complex nose that mixes aromas of white flowers and exotic fruits (pineapple) and spices (safran, curry). Rich and perfect balanced in the same time, with a good freshness, saltiness, and a powerful aromatic intensity
Chateau Pesquié Terrasse Rouge
Color: deep ruby color. Nose: intense nose with spicy notes (especially black pepper) and red berries. Mouth: This very balanced wine offers very round tannins and fresh berries aromas, with some floral and spicy flavors. Food & Wine pairing: very easy to match with simple dishes such as pizzas, kebabs, charcuterie, vegetable pies or salads to more ambitious cuisine like terrines, poultry (guineafowl, turkey...), roasted or grilled meats. Serve at about 17° C.
Chateau Puy-Blanquet Saint Emilion Grand Cru
The beautiful town of Saint Emilion is the centre of Bordeaux's Right Bank, where Merlot is the predominant grape. This is a barrel aged, top vintage claret from a château in the north of the region. Lush spicy raspberry blends with tobacco notes.
Chateau Reynon – Bordeaux AOC
The soil quality, moderate production, fine wine-making process makes it possible to obtain an elegant dry white wine, at once complex and tasty with grapefruit and white peach aromas, with mineral and smoky hints, with a remarkable aging potential in bottle over several years.
Chateau Signac Combe D’enfer 2015
Fairly deep purple-blue hue. Pleasant nose of red and black fruits with a mineral tone after swirling. Beautiful substance on the palate, a dense, aromatic wine boasting a measure of elegance. A lovely wine with sense of place, well worth discovering.