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1999

M. Chapoutier Bila-Haut Banyuls Vin Doux Naturel Blanc 1999 (500ml)

It was in Latour de France that M.Chapoutier chose to set up his domain. The vines of Bila-Haut and Occultum Lapidem were the first expressions of this terroir. The story continued near a little village called Lesquerde. Steep, craggy limestone, arid soil, battered by the tramontane wind…

Vins Doux Naturels are sweet wines. Vinified in a traditional way, like still wines, its fermentation is stopped in progress by adding alcohol. By stopping the alcoholic fermentation, some of the sugar is not converted into alcohol, obtaining wines that are both alcoholic and naturally sweet.

For more info, visit M. Chapoutier – Domaine de Bila-Haut website.

VARIETALS
Grenache Blanc and Gris, Macabeu, Muscat

VINTAGE
1999

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2019

M. Chapoutier Bila-Haut Côtes-du-Roussillon AOP Blanc

It was in Latour de France that M.Chapoutier chose to set up his domain. The vines of Bila-Haut and Occultum Lapidem were the first expressions of this terroir. The story continued near a little village called Lesquerde. Steep, craggy limestone, arid soil, battered by the tramontane wind…

In this Côtes-du-Roussillon white blend part of the grapes comes from limestone, clay soils and gneiss in the Agly Valley; the other part from granite soils at higher altitude (500m, later ripening sites).

For more info, visit M. Chapoutier – Domaine de Bila-Haut website.

VARIETALS
Grenache blanc, Roussanne, Marsanne and Macabeu.

VINTAGE
2019

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2019

M. Chapoutier Bila-Haut Côtes-du-Roussillon Villages AOP Rouge

It was in Latour de France that M.Chapoutier chose to set up his domain. The vines of Bila-Haut and Occultum Lapidem were the first expressions of this terroir. The story continued near a little village called Lesquerde. Steep, craggy limestone, arid soil, battered by the tramontane wind…

The plots of this Côtes-du-Roussillon Villages AOP red blend are located on the slopes of the high Agly Valley, composed of gneiss and schist from the Devonian Period.

For more info, visit M. Chapoutier – Domaine de Bila-Haut website.

VARIETALS
Syrah, Grenache and Carignan.

VINTAGE
2019

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2018

M. Chapoutier Bila-Haut L’esquerda Côtes-du-Roussillon Villages Lesquerde AOP

It was in Latour de France that M.Chapoutier chose to set up his domain. The vines of Bila-Haut and Occultum Lapidem were the first expressions of this terroir. The story continued near a little village called Lesquerde. Steep, craggy limestone, arid soil, battered by the tramontane wind…

The vineyard of Lesquerde is constituted of hill top plains and slopes which are made of granitic soil. Its 350m altitude provides a unique terroir. This is the latest terroir to be harvested (by hand) because of the altitude and nature of soils.

For more info, visit M. Chapoutier – Domaine de Bila-Haut website.

VARIETALS
Syrah, Grenache and Carignan.

VINTAGE
2018

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2017

M. Chapoutier Bila-Haut Occultum Lapidem Côtes-du-Roussillon Villages Latour de France AOP

It was in Latour de France that M.Chapoutier chose to set up his domain. The vines of Bila-Haut and Occultum Lapidem were the first expressions of this terroir. The story continued near a little village called Lesquerde. Steep, craggy limestone, arid soil, battered by the tramontane wind…

The vineyard is located on Gneiss and schistous soils from the Devonian Period and limestone from Kimmeridgian Period.

For more info, visit M. Chapoutier – Domaine de Bila-Haut website.

VARIETALS
Syrah, Grenache and Carignan.

VINTAGE
2017

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2020

M. Chapoutier La Ciboise Costières de Nîmes

The story began with Michel Chapoutier, a unique man with a thirst for knowledge, definitely one of a kind. He seeks to discover and reflect the full potential of his terroirs and let the soils express their true character.
This now forms the basis of the M. CHAPOUTIER ethos to reveal the very best of what the soils have to offer.

For more info, visit M. Chapoutier website.

VARIETALS
Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Cinsault and Carignan

VINTAGE
2020

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2020

Marius by Michel Chapoutier Rosé Pays d’Oc IGP

As Marius, Michel Chapoutier’s great-grandfather, always said ‘A good wine is one that beckons us to take another sip’.
These wines carry this message and reflect the warmth of the southern France terroirs in which they are rooted.

The Grenaches of this rosé are located on clay-limestone slopes, while the Cinsaults and the Syrahs grow in predominantly sandy soils. All harvested when fully ripe, and at night to ensure they retain their fruitiness and freshness.

For more info, visit Marius by Michel Chapoutier website.

VARIETALS
Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah

VINTAGE
2020

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2019

Marius by Michel Chapoutier Vermentino Pays d’Oc IGP

As Marius, Michel Chapoutier’s great-grandfather, always said ‘A good wine is one that beckons us to take another sip’.
These wines carry this message and reflect the warmth of the southern France terroirs in which they are rooted.

For more info, visit Marius by Michel Chapoutier website.

VARIETALS
100% Vermentino

VINTAGE
2019

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2019

Marius by Michel Chapoutier Viognier Pays d’Oc IGP

As Marius, Michel Chapoutier’s great-grandfather, always said ‘A good wine is one that beckons us to take another sip’.
These wines carry this message and reflect the warmth of the southern France terroirs in which they are rooted.

For more info, visit Marius by Michel Chapoutier website.

VARIETALS
100% Viognier

VINTAGE
2019

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2021

Plaimont Colombelle Colombard-Sauvignon Côtes de Gascogne IGP

It all began in the mid-1970s when André Dubosc – a third-generation wine grower – set out to build up the reputation of the wines from their region of South-West France. He and other passionate young winegrowers fashioned local dry white wines (now a PGI: Côtes de Gascogne), revived the Saint Mont appellation and gave a new breath of life to the Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh, made from late-harvested grapes. In 1979, these women and men, who put their heart, soul and know-how into producing the best the terroir could offer, decided to strengthen their foothold by uniting their wine cellars and estates. And so they set up the Plaimont union of cooperatives (“Pl” for Plaisance, “Ai” for Aignan and “Mont” for Saint Mont).

A wine-growing area for many years given over to producing Armagnac brandy, Côtes de Gascogne enjoyed a winemaking revival in the late 1970s, when André DUBOSC, founder of the PLAIMONT union, rediscovered the “French Colombard of the Gers”. First created about thirty years ago following the rediscovery of the Colombard grape, Colombelle has since become THE emblematic wine of Côtes de Gascogne. Known throughout the world for its inimitable aromatic style, paired with Sauvignon blanc, Colombelle’s vivacity and freshness offers a mirror image of a region of South-West France niched between ocean and mountain range: exuberant, crisp, and characterful.

For more info, visit Plaimont website.

VARIETALS
Colombard-Sauvignon

VINTAGE
2021

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2017

Plaimont Plénitude Madiran AOP

It all began in the mid-1970s when André Dubosc – a third-generation wine grower – set out to build up the reputation of the wines from their region of South-West France. He and other passionate young winegrowers fashioned local dry white wines (now a PGI: Côtes de Gascogne), revived the Saint Mont appellation and gave a new breath of life to the Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh, made from late-harvested grapes. In 1979, these women and men, who put their heart, soul and know-how into producing the best the terroir could offer, decided to strengthen their foothold by uniting their wine cellars and estates. And so they set up the Plaimont union of cooperatives (“Pl” for Plaisance, “Ai” for Aignan and “Mont” for Saint Mont).

In the foothills of the Pyrenees mountain range, just 40 km from Pau, the Madiran hills stretch over 1400 hectares. The indigenous grape variety, Tannat, is at the heart of the identity and originality of our Madiran wines.

With Plénitude, rusticity has given way to elegance, a rather “civilized” Madiran: the one that is able to age thanks to a substantial material and at the same time, to appreciate in its youth because of its aromas of red fruits so complex.

For more info, visit Plaimont website.

VARIETALS
Tannat

VINTAGE
2017

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2021

Plaimont Rosé d’Enfer Saint Mont AOC

It all began in the mid-1970s when André Dubosc – a third-generation wine grower – set out to build up the reputation of the wines from their region of South-West France. He and other passionate young winegrowers fashioned local dry white wines (now a PGI: Côtes de Gascogne), revived the Saint Mont appellation and gave a new breath of life to the Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh, made from late-harvested grapes. In 1979, these women and men, who put their heart, soul and know-how into producing the best the terroir could offer, decided to strengthen their foothold by uniting their wine cellars and estates. And so they set up the Plaimont union of cooperatives (“Pl” for Plaisance, “Ai” for Aignan and “Mont” for Saint Mont).

It was in the vineyard of Saint Mont, that the devil disguised as a winemaker, succumbed to temptation and stole bunches of Tannat, Pinenc and Cabernet Sauvignon. This cuvee is produced from a blend of the appellation’s three terroirs: clay-limestone, variegated clay and fawn-coloured sand. The parcels have been selected on the basis of their geographically cool situations (north or west-facing) which encourage the development of the aromatic expression of the red grapes with which rosé is made. Will you succumb to temptation?

Certified sustainable HVE (High Environmental Value).

For more info, visit Plaimont website.

VARIETALS
Tannat, Pinenc and Cabernet Sauvignon

VINTAGE
2021

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