PRE ORDER ONLY A blend of Cinsault and Grenache gives Clos des Crostes a gorgeously pale pink colour with a delicate nose of white flowers, apricots and a hint of citrus fruit. On the palate all that comes through with the addition of some summer berries. It is a wonderfully fresh and elegant ..
Notes of plum and dark berries on the nose. The palate is broad with delicious plum flavours. The malbec adds lucious tannins and the merlot softens the structure. The finish is long with hints of spice. ..
Intoxicating, vibrant nose of crushed raspberry, white pepper and mint. Such precision and refinement on the palate, with notes of kirsch, grilled herbs and lavender. Fine tannins, with great refinement this is built to last. This generosity pursues us all the very to the very long finish, its ..
A blend of Cinsault and Grenache gives Clos des Crostes a gorgeously pale pink colour with a delicate nose of white flowers, apricots and a hint of citrus fruit. On the palate all that comes through with the addition of some summer berries. It is a wonderfully fresh and elegant wine perfect for summ..
Gregory Hecht and Francois Bannier created their business Hecht & Bannier in 2001. Their aim was to differentiate themselves from other wine producers by offering a unique range. Hecht and Bannier’s expertise is focused in the Languedoc and Roussillon region and they believe their wines allow wi..
Very beautiful yellow colour with a discreet gold touch, shimmering with green reflections. The nose opens up onto delicate notes of flowers : lime tree, elder, then some fruits appears : peach, fresh grapes, apple. Mineral in the mouth, it's filled with fat, adorned with a beautiful liveliness ..
Beautiful pale yellow colour shimmering with green reflections. The intense bouquet is complex and dominated by flower fragrances, ripe white flesh fruits and lemon grass. Refreshing, fat and rounded in the mouth, it is very elegant with aromas of citrus fruits, green apple and English fruit drops. ..
The Clos de Meix is a small 0.7ha walled plot of vines overlooking the Southern aspect of the village - the extra warmth of the ‘clos’ gives a higher degree of richness. The vines were planted in two blocks in 1985 and 1995 on a soil of hard chalk and rock overlaid with large stones. This a wonderfu..
The grapes from the oldest vines are ‘bled’, while those from the younger vines are pressed. After settling, the musts are fermented at low temperatures (14 to 18°C). They are then matured on the lees right up to the bottling. It has been awarded more competition medals than any othe..