Pays D'oc

The history of Vin de Pays d’Oc wines can be traced back to the 5th century, when the Greeks planted the first vineyards near Narbonne. Along with parts of Provence, these are considered to be France’s oldest vineyards.

The region has been undergoing a quality revolution over the last 20 years, particularly since much of its wines became part of the AOC system.

L’ESPRIT DE LA CITE “Syrah”

Is a delicious smooth rosé wine with pleasant young red fruit on the nose and a fresh taste. Delicious with salads, cold snacks, chicken, grilled meat and fish, aperitif.

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L’ESPRIT DE LA CITE “Cabernet Sauvignon

Color: Intense red, with violet highlights. Aroma: Ripe red fruit and plum jam. Taste: Fruity, gentle, well bodied, with soft tannins and balanced finish on the palate.

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L’ESPRIT DE LA CITE “Merlot”

Purple red color with blue hues. Pleasant red fruit, blackberries and plum aromas with black pepper notes. Well balanced, soft and elegant.

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L’ESPRIT DE LA CITE “Chardonnay

A bright, fresh and grassy Sauvignon Blanc from Floris Lemstra's fine southern French estate. You may already know his citrusy Picpoul. His Sauvignon comes from Atlantic cooled vineyards just west of Carcassonne and is equally lively and appetising.

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