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Baron d’Arignac – Red

Origin: Oc region

Soil: Highly varied : there are clay-chalky, sandy, schistous and gravelly soils.

Vinification: Part of the blend is prepared with the traditional method (in tanks for one week). The other part is obtained by the heat process. After that it is fined, blended and matured in stainless steel vats.

Baron d’Arignac – Rosé

Origin: The vineyards of Vin de Pays d’Oc are located in southern France, mainly in Languedoc-Roussillon. They extend from the south of Côtes du Rhône up to Carcassonne.

Soil: Highly varied : there are clay-chalky, sandy, schistous and gravelly soils.

Vinification: The grapes are harvested when just ripe and gently pressed. The juice is fermented with yeast at a low temperature (59 – 65° F). The wine is then racked, filtered and bottled.

Bordeaux Superieur

Preservation: Up to 3 years reflecting the above notes. After this period the wine will show more mature characteristics Award GOLD Medal – LYON 2016

  • Grape: 33% Merlot – 67% Cabernet Sauvignon
    Alcohol: 12% vol.
    Color: Ruby with great intensity.
    Smell: Expressive smell of matured black fruits.
    Taste: Supple tannins with a ripe fruit. Well-balanced, and expressive wine with a long persistent finish.
    Food Pairings: Serve with grilled red meat and meat in sauce, cheese.
    Serving Condition: 61 – 65°F

Chateau Mezain – Red Bordeaux

  • Color: Lovely intense red color
    Taste: Well balanced, powerful and delicate with a nice complexity and silky tannins.
    Food Pairings: Pairs well with rabbit, lamb, game or strong cheeses.
    Serving Condition: Between 16°C and 18°C.

Chateau Mezain – White Bordeaux

Citrus and green apples are given a warmer character by spice and vanilla flavors.

Les Trois Couronnes – Cotes du Rhone Red

This well-rounded Rhone wine is comprised of 80% Grenache and 20% Syrah. It has expressive flavours of spices and blackberries with a full-bodied generous finish.

Les Trois Couronnes – Cotes du Rhone Rose

A dusting of salt and crushed mineral lends elegance to strawberry and white-peach flavors in this blend of Grenache (85%), Cinsault (10%) and Syrah (5%). Full bodied yet bright, the juicy, thirst-quenching rosé is ideal as a summer aperitif but also concentrated enough to drink well through the winter months.