What you will be tasting
- Le Val - Sauvignon Blanc - 2016
A sauvignon with aromas of blackcurrant buds and citrus fruit. Fresh and elegant on the palate.
- Le Val - Chardonnay - 2016
A chardonnay with aromas of pineapple and exotic fruits complemented by soft notes of crème brûlée and toasted nuts. It offers a deliciously fresh, full-bodied and buttery palate.
- Le Val - Pinot Noir - 2016
This pinot noir is fresh and elegant with raspberry and cherry aromas. On the palate it reveals soft and supple tannins.
- Le Val - Merlot - 2016
A merlot with aromas of ripe red fruits and toasted bread. Well-balanced, with good structure and length marked by an intense aromatic nish.
- Le Val - Cabernet Sauvignon - 2016
A cabernet sauvignon with aromas of red fruits, ripe peppers and mint with smoky toasted notes. Full and well-structured on the palate with fruity aromas and a beautiful toasted nish.
- Château Ribaute - Rosé (Corbières) - 2016
Red cherry and berry scents lead the bouquet of this attractive wine, with secondary accents of melon and earthy, herbal spices. Medium-minus in weight, similar fruit flavors flesh out the palate, balanced by ample acidity and a lingering spiced-plum flavor on the close. (Wine Enthusiast Editors’ Choice)
- Château Maris - Minervois - 2016
Fruit aromas of berries, red fruit, to go with a medium-bodied, supple, and admirably fruited palate.
- Château Maris - La Touge (Minervois la Livinière) - 2014
Open and expressive. There are ripe black fruits along with more spicy pepper and herbs.
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