In a nutshell:
A lovely, juicy and ripe Languedoc red blend from a small scale but passionate Minverois wine grower.
Raymond Julien, who owns this small estate, certainly doesn't oversell his wines but we think this is quite a gem. The straightforward, no nonsense label doesn't shout at you, but it's worth taking notice of. Much more than a cheap glugger, this blend of Cinsault, Syrah and Grenache is full of ripe blackberry fruit married with a herby flavour of the garrigue. Savoury and complex, its got a fine velvety structure and rounds of with a gloriously juicy finsh.
When to drink:
A seriously good wine and for the price it's a real bargain. Great with things like grilled pork chops, or a traditional Languedoc cassoulet.
Suitable for Vegans