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Merlot-Cabernet Equilibre, Côtes de Thongue, Domaine de l'Arjolle 2019
A lovely, ripe, fruity blend of cabernet and merlot to bring the two Bordeaux varieties together in the south of France. Soft, round and well balanced, Equilibre is aptly named.
Merlot, Pays d'Oc, Domaine du Bosc 2020
Soft, round and ripe-tasting southern French merlot with a hint of plum and spice. This is a versatile wine, delicious with or without food.
Saint-Chinian, Domaine Raynier 2020
This good-value, full-flavoured Languedoc red is soft, brimming with dark fruits and is very easy-drinking.
Tannat-Syrah ‘Aramis', Laplace, Vin de France 2018
The Laplace family are leaders in Madiran in the French south-west and have an innate understanding of the tannat grape variety. This is their quaffing wine in which they add a little syrah. Ripe and deliciously fruity with damson-like fruit and a hint of spice.
The Society's Corbières 2019
Hailing from the ‘most undervalued appellation in France,’ in the view of buyer Sebastian Payne MW during our 2022 Wine Champions blind tastings, this dark, rich Languedoc red is a beautiful melange of cherries, plums, blackberries and spice, with a refreshing finish.
Côtes du Roussillon Héritage Rouge, Château de Corneilla 2019
A traditional style of Roussillon red with syrah dominant but with grenache and carignan also in the blend. The estate traces its origins back to 1485, when much of the Roussillon, in the deepest south of France, was Spanish. Full-flavoured with plums and spice.