Red wines from Saint-Chinian on LanguedocWineshop : North-West of Béziers, the Saint-Chinian vineyards surround twenty villages. Saint-Chinian wines count amongst the great wines of the Languedoc. AOC since 1982 for red wines, the appellation represents a wide diversity of geological and climatic conditions. The red wines are elegant in style with fine tannins and complex aromas.Borie la Vitarèle, Mas Champart, Château la Dournie ...
This red Saint-Chinian (from north of Béziers, South of France) is cultivated according to natural methods (AB label – organic culture). Full-bodied with aromas of black fruit, laurel and cocoa, it will be an excellent companion for lamb or roasted duck.
Les Terres Blanches is a powerful wine, the grenache variety developing its full aromatic potential. The soft structure and magnificent scents of raspberry will marry well with red meats or aromatic Mediterranean dishes. Organic culture. Learn More
Syrah on hillsides, old Carginan vines on slate rock, Mourvèdre and Syrah on ferruginous soil, vinified and matured in 'demi-muids' (600 litre barrels) a classy wine, intense, elegant and fresh. Available from the end of February 2012. Learn More
Sumptuous garnet red in colour, the nose opens up with scents of liquorice, blackcurrant jam, violet essence and hints of resin and balsam wood. The structure is powerful, sustained with soft, velvet tanins. Learn More
Bright ruby in colour, the nose develops aromas of black berry fruit – mulberry and bilberry with notes of vanilla. Spice and pepper on the palate with scents of black cherry. Try this wine with lamb chops.