A bone dry, fragrant blend of White Grenache (90%) and Sauvignon Blanc (10%). It is packed with a natural freshness and offers elegant aromas of stone fruits, pear skin and a touch of peach. The Sauvignon Blanc adds a grassy twang and a mineral complexity. Made for the dinner table, this wine is a true reflection of the South of France. It emulates the cold breeze from the sea that chills the vineyards and adds freshness to an aromatic range. It pairs perfectly with a variety of dishes, with an everyday vigour that makes it the perfect early evening aperitif. That said, the rich roundness to the mid palate allows the wine to work very well with baked vegetables, poultry, Indian flavours and rich fish dishes.
An elegant and fresh white Grenache, with stone fruit aromas, pear skin and a touch of peach.
Bone dry, the vineyards altitude giving the wine a natural freshness despite the pear and apricot notes coming through. 10% of Sauvignon adds a grassy twang and a mineral complexity that give the wine a sense of quality that belies the price-tag.
A blend of Merlot, Carignan and Grenache, Flora & Fauna Rouge is deep in colour and packed full of dark forest fruit aromas on the nose – blackberry, plum, blackcurrants and sloe. On the palate the true Languedoc character comes through – rich and concentrated with lots of garrigue spice and a freshness that makes the wine very approachable.
Deep in colour the nose is packed with dark forest fruit aromas, blackberry, plum, red-currant, sloe.
On the palate the true Languedoc character comes through; rich and concentrated with a freshness too, that makes the wine incredibly approachable. Tannins are grippy but very easy.
One of only four significant producers of Picpoul de Pinet, this wine is both gentle and refreshing. With notes of Mediterranean white peach, apricot kernel and zesty lime peel culminating in a silky mouth-feel and crisp, vibrant acidity. This acidity is why the wine is known locally as the ‘Lip Stinger’. Picpoul de Pinet is not only splendid with seafood and shellfish but also traditional Mediterranean dishes, cheese and chocolate. It is best drunk young and cool, between 8-10°.
Notes of Mediterranean white peach, apricot kernel and zesty lime peel.
This wine is both gentle and refreshing, with a silky mouth-feel and crisp, vibrant acidity. The acidity is why the wine is known locally as the ‘Lip Stinger’.
A full, fat-bodied wine that demonstrates remarkable elegance. There is a notable intake of the garrigue herbs, thyme and lavender on the nose, accompanying the dark perfumed notes of the ripe Syrah fruit. It pairs wonderfully with a variety of dishes, in particular poultry, red meats, game and cheese.
Deep red fruit aromas with hints of sweet cooking spic
The wine has a wonderful sense of sweetness from the unfermented grape juice and a spirity kick.