Red wines from the Corbières on Languedoc Wineshop : In the hills of the Corbières, wine and vine culture date back to the 11th century BC. Located between Narbonne and Carcassonne, the Corbières region benefits from ideal conditions and superb terroirs : a Mediterranean climate, dry, sunny and hot, enables a long period of growth for the vines. Promoted AOC in 1985, the vineyard landscapes are rich in colour. Castelmaure - Château la Baronne & Château Ollieux-Romanis...
A silky attack with notes of black fruits and burlat cherry which underlines the robust quality of the wine. The tannins contribute a good structure which reinforces the balanced quality of the wine. The wine is fresh and zesty, a modern expression of our Terroir. This is a full-bodied wine, with a remarkably long finish. Gold medal at Millesime BIO. Learn More
Cuvée Selection has a beautiful dark red robe. After a first nose with toasted notes, the wine opens onto pepper, licquorice, ripe red fruit and black olive. Good balance in the mouth between fatness, freshness and subtle tannins. Good aromatic length in the finish on fruit and spices. Learn More
Balsamic notes in mouth, tasty tannins and a beautiful length on notes of sandalwood and forest roots... This rich and strong and harmonious wine will seduce even the most demanding of palates. Learn More
Made from old Carignan vines (1892) from the fresh terroir of the Montagne d'Alaric. Aromas of plum, pepper, toast and spicy oak on the nose. The palate is smooth, complex, and long on the finish with cask ageing of great class (12 months in Taransaud/Darnajou barrels). Organic culture. Ideal with rich meat dishes. Learn More
The Domaine des Lanes is an attractive, fresh Corbières, full of fruit and charm. Rich and appealing, to be tasted amongst friends with roast beef or grilled farmhouse poultry. Organically cultivated vines. Learn More
"With an opaque, blackish appearance not at all unusual for wines from the Lignères family, their 100% Syrah Notre Dame comes from a single chalky, gravelly plot and spend a year in barrique. Distilled fruit, fusil, and pungent notes of cedar, tar, and resin mark the nose. Brine, chili paste, resin, smoked meats, bitter-edged cassis and dried blueberries stain the palate. Chalk and brine underlie the somewhat bitterly-concentrated, black-fruited yet sassy and brightly tart finish." The Wine Advocate. Learn More