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Grilled lamb with Provençale herbs,
Rack of roast lamb,
Baron of lamb with Provençale herbs,
Lamb skewers,
Lamb kidney skewers.
Beef bourguignon,
Grilled Beef Skirt,
Beef Skirt with shallots,
Beef stew
Normandy black pudding
Roast Quail
Duck
Cassoulet
Venison with cranberries
Chilli con carné
Stewed crayfish
Camembert
Sugared strawberries

UN BAISER 2006

One Star * at the  Guide Hachette des vins 2010.

 

UN BAISER 2005

2 stars * at the guide Hachette des vins 2009.

Selected by  Andreas Larsson as "crush" for its wine guide Tasted 2009.

 

 

 

 

Grape varieties : Mainly Grenache Noir . The Grenache Noir - the mythical grape variety of Maury wines - is issued from very old parcels of 75 to 110 years old.

 

Terroirs: our three terroirs of Tautavel, Maury and Saint Paul express themselves in this vintage through the diversity of their soils - shale, clayey limestone or black schists.

 

Vinification : The harvest is carried out by hand with the use of small crates. The grapes are sorted in the vineyard and are then destalked.Vatting lasts between 20 to 30 days during which punching of the cap and pumping-over are carried out daily.

 

Ageing : in barrels of 400 to 600 litres during 12 months for some of the wine.

 

Treatment: the wine is bottled without either filtering or fining.

 

Storage: as the wine has been aged it can either be drunk straight away or can be aged another 7 to 10 years.

 

Tasting notes : strong red color with purplish hues. Concentrated nose of red fruits, blackberries, red currants and some vanilla notes. Round and silky mouth with a very pleasant attack, developing into mature and persistent flavours that give a long, silky finish with a hint of sweetness.

 

Packaging : antique burgundy seduction (750 ml), natural cork, personalised cardboard-box of 6 bottles laid flat.

 

AOC Côtes du Roussillon Villages

Geographic location: 32 communes in the north of the Pyrénées-Orientales department. To the north it is bordered by the Aude department, to the east by the lake of Salses and to the south and west by the Têt and Agly rivers respectively.
Surface Area: 1 312 hectares (3332 acres)

Colour: Red Wines Only

Grape Varietals: A blend of at least two grape varietals including Grenache Noir, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Carignan Noir and Lladoner Pelut.

Terroir:
- Granite and gneiss sandy soils, brown and black schist – in the Agly massif to the northwest
- Chalky red soils from the alluvial plain at the foot of the Corbières
- Rocky terraces of the left bank of the river Têt.
Altitude varies between 100 and 400 m and proximity to the sea gives a Mediterranean climate.

Maximum authorised yield: 45 hl/ha

Production: 34 000 hectolitres

Features: Complex and powerful wines suitable for laying down

Serving temperature: 13-15°C
Grenache (or grenache noir) is a spanish grape varietal
 
A high quality grape, it produces powerful, colourful and unctuous red wines, aromatic and silky rosés and highly sugared fortified wines, known in France as Vin Doux Naturel or VDN, with an important potential for long ageing.
Grenache is extremely vigorous in growth and drought resistant.
 
It is present around the whole Mediterranean rim, in the vineyards of Languedoc-Roussillon. This fast growing varietal must be short-pruned (goblet or cordon) It is suited to slightly acidic gravelly soils (schist, shingle). In our vineyards it produces from 20 to 40 hl/ha.
Grenache is the mainstay of our structured and aromatic wines for laying down.
 
 

 
CLOS DES VINS D'AMOUR - 3 route de lesquerde 66460 MAURY - Tél. +33(0)468 349 706 / Fax +33(0)468 349 707
 
 
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