This duo of Sauvignon Blanc and Gros Manseng will seduce you with its intense notes of exotic and citrus fruits, with a streak of minerality and freshness. This elegant and harmonious vintage will perfectly accompany your entire meal.
This Domaine Horgelus red wine is a blend of 60% Merlot and 40% Tannat, the latter being a local grape variety making rich and powerful reds. The wine has a fabulous concentration with aromas of blackcurrant, licquorice and spices. On the palate it has soft, ripe tannins to support the dark fruit flavours. Smooth and deeply flavoured it is the ideal accompaniment to grilled or roast meats and soft cheeses.
This wine is very intense, both in colour and on the palate. One will reveal all its qualities when it is accompanied with red meat dishes. It has all the proven qualities of a wine of Bordeaux and will satisfy the most seasoned Bordeaux wine drinkers. Flexible, velvety and well balanced.
Bright red colour with a touch of ruby. On the nose there is a a mixture of red fruit with notes of undergrowth. With its complex mixture of red berries overlaid with touches of undergrowth and with its fine tannins, this wine will seduce your senses and bring a touch of elegance.
Mourvèdre is a fascinating grape variety, with wild edges to its character which winemakers are tempted to tame. Those with knowledge or 'savoir-faire' passed down through the generations, as is the case here, are more likely to succeed in expressing its full sultry temperament.
This 130-hectare vineyard is located at the foot of the Gascogne Pyrenees and specialises in white varietals. Warm weather during the day and cool nights give ideal conditions to produce fresh, characterful Sauvignon Blanc. Very pale in appearance, the wine has a lovely fresh and zesty nose with white fruit and citrus aromas. The palate is dry and searching with plenty of fruit and mouthwatering acidity.
Deep, dark ruby robe with inky-black hints. Black fruit on the nose, with delightful notes of blackberry, black currant and fig. Intense and full-bodied, with silky tannins, ending with a touch of bigarreau cherries in alcohol. Best matched with red meat and spicy dishes.
Brilliant and limpid with a pale greenish gold hue. The aromas are particularly expressive in this rather hot vintage, with stone fruit such as apricot or vine peach, evolving to floral notes of acacia blossom and aniseed. Good balance in the mouth, fresh, fruity and round, with a delicious minerality which is the signature of this wine from one vintage to the next.
A beautiful wine that provides hints of summer to be sampled year round! A definite hit with the Martinez team, described as very gluggable. Honeysuckle notes, light and floral but with a structure that will develop. It is a baby sister to the Chateauneuf du Pape.
Apricots, peaches and lime, but also floral and spicy aromas and flavours and yet retaining a lovely dry, crisp, refreshing style. Its texture is soft without being oily and the body is more medium than light.
Brilliant, ruby red robe and an elegant, distinctive nose of red fruits (cherries). On the palate this wine is very well-balanced, with silky, mouth-filling tannins. Notes of red currant, ripe cherries and a touch of mocha are followed by fresh, elegant finish with floral and menthol hints. A lively wine which will age well.
Very beautiful purple colour, brilliant bright. Nose of fresh fruit, intense, with morello cherry, blackberry, red fruit coulis. The palate is fleshy, round, full of fruit but without hardness and has soft silky tannins.
Aromas of boxwood, wild juniper and cistus flowers give way to notes of red fruit, cherry and redcurrant. The sensation in the mouth is delicate, smooth and balanced, with a succulently fruity and spicy.
A fresh, clean nose of ripe, crushed strawberries with a touch of jam. Full and well-balanced on the palate, with red and black fruit (red currants, blackberries and blackcurrants). A fine wine, poised and full of flavour, with a spicy finish and a hint of truffle and liquorice. A very elegant wine with silky tannins.
From the newest of the French classifications this replaces the Bourgogne Grand Ordinaire. Made from a blend of 20% Pinot Noir and 80% Gamay. The wine itself has a palate of firm dark cherry, sweet spice, cloves and elements of black pepper both on the nose and palate. Best served with red meats and soft cheese
Deep ruby red in colour. A nose of great intensity with a touch of graphite and liquorice at first evolving to aromas of garrigue and lightly smoky notes. The attack is incisive, frank, with dense tannins. In the mouth, a smokiness with traces of forest floor and ripe fruit intertwines with peaty notes. As always, a wine with a strong identity, all in finesse and elegance.