Discovery South of France

To start we have a white wine from Saint-Guilhem-le-dessert, this is inland from Beziers and at an altitude of 300 meters above sea level. A blend of mainly Viognier with a little bit of Cabernet Sauvignon that guarantees the freshness of the wine. The nose is of apricots and sweet pastry and some floral notes, on the palate it will bring more ripe fruit and butter and almonds, the creamy and rich finish make it a perfect summer aperitif.
The red wine that comes next is called Les petits Bonheur, the little pleasures, and that’s really what it is a young wine full of fresh red and black fruit, some lovely spices on the nose
And a long finish, perfect for your barbecues and definitely a crowd pleaser.
The last one from this case is just behind Beziers, In vino Erotico, because it’s an emotional wine created with the idea of sensuality and aromatic enchantment.
The crisp texture makes it a fresh summer red, easy drinking at all occasions, it’s a blend of Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, I am convinced you will enjoy.

Price
£77.00 per case
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Region
Languedoc

Producers

Domaine les Caizergues
France

Domaine les Caizergues is a family-owned vineyard that nestles in the foothills of the Cévennes to the north of Montpellier in the south of France. All the wines produced on this small estate are made with real passion, dedication and oodles of skill. Rich and fruity, the wines bear witness to the vineyard’s wonderfully warm,

Domaine Allegria
France

Allegria is a domain that is entirely respectful of the environment from the organic growing of the grapes to the building in wood of the vinification cellar. All harvesting is done manually and only a tiny bit of sulfites is used to protect the wines. The main grape is the Syrah variety but besides that,

Alma Cerius
France

The wine makers of Alma Cersius have vineyards in three villages: Cers, Portiragnes & Villeneuve les Béziers. It’s 1200 hectares of a mosaic of grape varieties in appellations like Pays d’Oc and Coteaux de Béziers. The vineyards benefit from an oceanic microclimate on a terroir of rolled pebbles, smoothed by wind currents. They managed to