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  • Our Rose Wines
    the plain and foothills bewteen the Pyrenees mountains and the Mediterranean sea Tasting notes On the nose subtle aromas of raspberries and blackcurrant On the mouth this wine is crisp fresh and well balanced An intense deep pink rose petal colour 6 95 Buy me 79 23 Buy Me Includes a 5 discount Appellation IGP VDP de la Cite de Carcassonne Price Price per case 12 Bottles Domaine Saint Martin Rose Grape varieties Caladoc 60 and Chenanson 40 Terroir The vines planted on the foothills of the Corbières area at an altitude of around 150 250m high The vineyard benefits from the hot and dry Mediterranean climate but it is tempered by Atlantic influences Both of these alternate climates are good for the vines and the grapes maturity Tasting notes On the nose are hints of fresh red berries and white flowers In the mouth are soft red fruits and floral flavours with a hint of sweetness 8 45 Buy me 96 33 Buy Me Includes a 5 discount Appellation Vin de Table Price Price per case 12 Bottles Rozangria Château Capendu Grape varieties A Rose based wine Terroir 85 hectares of vineyards situated on the foothills of the Montagnes

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  • Wine Flavoured Salt
    Buy me Sel des Corbieres White with multi coloured peppercorns Grape varieties Chardonnay 50 Sauvignon Blanc 50 This wine flavoured salt is an ideal addition to any kitchen Sea salt crystals from Gruissan are repeatedly immersed in Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay wine from Chateau Capendu The mill produces a fine grinding which releases the aromatic flavours completely allowing you to season either prior to or after cooking This is an ideal accompaniment to poultry dishes white meats fish and salads Mill with salt 100 G Net 6 95 Buy me Sel des Corbieres Red Grape varieties Carignan 40 Grenach 30 Syrah 30 This wine flavoured salt is an ideal addition to any kitchen Sea salt crystals from Gruissan are repeatedly immersed in Carignan Grenach and Syrah wine from Chateau Capendu The mill produces a fine grinding which releases the aromatic flavours completely allowing you to season your chosen either prior to or after cooking This is an ideal accompaniment to red meat barbeques stews and sauces Mill with salt 100 G Net 6 95 Buy me Sel des Corbieres Rose with a Herbs de Provence mix Grape varieties Grenach Gris 60 Syrah 40 This wine flavoured salt is an ideal

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  • Tips on 'Wine Tasting'
    study the colour Is it clear bright or hazy Can you see through it when you hold the glass to the light As a rule white wines tend to darken with maturity it can also be an indication of the climate from which the wine originated With red wines the general colour depends on the grape variety regardless of age The rim however is a good indication of age with more mature wines developing a bricky or chestnut rim Once you have had a good look then swirl the wine in the glass If you cannot do this with the glass in the air then gently slide it back and forwards on a table or bar This will increase the air contact and will make the wine release more of its aromas Then take a big sniff The smell of a wine is also its taste Ask yourself has the wine any particular aromas is it fresh fruity floral spicy peppery vegetal grassy buttery oily earthy woody or any other aroma that comes to mind Finally we need to taste the wine Take a generous sip and roll it around in your mouth When wine tasters suck in air through their teeth and make slurping noises they re aerating the wine in their mouth just as they swirl it in the glass before sniffing What your palate is going to tell you about the wine is not its flavour The taste buds in our mouth about 10 000 of them distributed all over the tongue and to a much lesser extent the inside of the mouth are sensitive to nothing more sophisticated than the basic tastes sourness or acidity sweetness bitterness and saltiness although very few wines taste salty Wine also contains three more components that can have an effect

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  • Regional Classifications
    production covers approximately 160 000 hectares or 400 000 acres Together Languedoc and Roussillon produce more than one third of all the wine made in France and more than twice as much wine as all of Australia There are around 50 000 growers working with 400 co operatives this equates to around 70 of the regions production and just under 3 000 private wineries We are talking a lot of wine more than 3 billion bottles a year Its ideal Mediterranean climate and diverse landscape produces a vast range of wines to suit every taste and budget Lots of people don t know the wine they re drinking comes from the Languedoc Roussillon Chalk this confusion up to an unnecessarily complicated labelling system The wines of the Languedoc Roussillon are called different things depending on where they are from the grapes used and the yields of those grapes At the top in terms of quality are the appellation wines and less than 25 of the wine produced falls within the AOC classification There are 27 named Appellation d Origine Controlées AOC and Appellation d Origine Vin De Qualité Supérieure AOVDQS which include familiar names like Corbière 1 Minervois 2 Cabardes 3 Fitou 4 Faugères 5 Blanquette de Limoux 6 St Chinian 7 and Maury 8 Unfortunately aside from the Côteaux du Languedoc 9 and Côtes du Roussillon 10 the names of Languedoc and Roussillon often don t even appear on the label The next tier is the I ndication Geographique Protegée Vin de Pays wines IGP VDP D Oc are typically single grape variety wines and usually have the grape written on the front label After that there is a long list of regional Vin de Pays wines These are wines declassified because of either excessive yields cheaper wines or

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  • Grape Varieties
    Carignan Cinsault Grenache Noir Syrah Mourvèdre Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot White Macabeu Roussanne Grenache Blanc Marsanne Bourboulenc Viognier Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay Sweet white wine Muscat Blanc and Grenache Blanc Contact us About us The Languedoc AOC and VDP Food

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  • Syrah
    142 600 hectares 352 000 acres after having enjoyed a strong growth in plantings for several years Syrah grapes typically produce wines that are brimming with pepper spices tar and black treacle when young After 5 10 years they become smooth and velvety with pronounced fruit characteristics of damsons raspberries blackcurrants and loganberries More than half the world s total Syrah acreage is planted in France Syrah vines are relatively

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  • Grenache Noir
    About us The Languedoc AOC and VDP Food and Wine Our Wine List Wine Tasting Events Useful links

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  • Carignan
    About us The Languedoc AOC and VDP Food and Wine Our Wine List Wine Tasting Events Useful links

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