Les Vignes De L'eglise - Merlot Grenache IGP Pays d'Oc 2011 - French Red Wine 12x 75cl Bottles


Les Vignes De L'eglise - Merlot Grenache IGP Pays d'Oc 2011
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75cl Bottles
Available 10th May 2015

Cherry red in colour, fresh, perfumed aromas of ripe plum and berry fruits of Merlot, with cherry and red fruit of Grenache on the nose.

The palate is round, with medium to full body and integrated supple tannins.

It is juicy, easy to drink, with a touch of spice to the long, fruit-driven finish.

Category(s):     Red Wine

Producer: Les Vignes de L'Eglise
ABV:   13%
Acidity g/l:   0
Appellation:   Vins de Pays d'Oc
Bio-Dynamic:   No
Brand:   Les Vignes de L'Eglise
Country of Origin:   France
Grape Type:   Merlot
Grape Type:   Grenache/Garnacha
Kosher:   No
Organic:   No
Region:   Languedoc-Roussillon
Residual Sugar g/l:   0
Vegan:   No
Vegetarian:   No
Vintage:   2011
Winemaker:   Graeme Paul


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12x 75cl Bottles 10th May 2015 £ 73.74 £ 6.14 Add to BasketAdd to WishList

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Producer Information

From the 2009 harvest, the Vignes de L'Eglise wines have been made exclusively for Liberty by Matt Thomson and his colleague Graeme Paul at the excellent Cave de Pomerols co-operative, which has 1,650 hectares and 450 growers in the Picpoul de Pinet region. Influenced by breezes off the Mediterranean coast, the area around Pomerols is cooler than much of the Languedoc, giving the wines a purity and elegance that are hard to find at entry-level. Graeme chooses each parcel of grapes individually, based on flavour and ripeness and follows each of the ferments carefully, ensuring the flavours he identifies in the grapes are captured in the finished wines.

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