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Red Wine / France / Languedoc-Roussillon / Côtes du Roussillon Villages AOC / 14 % vol
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UNIC - CUVEE SANS SOUFRE 2019 - MAS JANEIL - FRANCOIS LURTON

0,75 L Red Wine / France / Languedoc-Roussillon / Côtes du Roussillon Villages AOC / 14 % vol

A well-rounded and harmonious wine with precise fruit and sincere aromas: a delicacy tasted and approved by our customers!
This Côtes du Roussillon-Villages made without sulphites appears authentic and creamy, with a medley of red fruit, black fruit and cherry jam punctuated by hints of heath. This wine is the perfect fusion of a delicate aromatic strength bursting with maturity, combined with fine tannins: the reflection of its terroir in the bottle!
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£ 17,66 Per unit
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UNIC - CUVEE SANS SOUFRE 2019 - MAS JANEIL - FRANCOIS LURTON
  Vintage
2019
  Grape Variety
29% Grenache noir, 21% Carignan, 22% Syrah, 28% Mourvèdre
  Character
Fleshy and fruity red wine
  Style
Fruity
  Service Temperature
14-16°C
  Service
Direct from bottle
  Storage instructions
To drink within 2 years
  Food and wine matching
Starter, Deli meats, Red meat, White meat, Poultry, Game meat, Mushroom, Worldwide Dishes, Cheese


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MAS JANEIL - FRANCOIS LURTON

In 1996, impressed by the Agly valley, with its exceptional landscapes, the two Lurton brothers launched themselves and rented a property, Mas Janeil, whose plots were divided between Maury and Tautavel. Very quickly, the plots of old Grenache from this estate show their potential and also their differences. Indeed, the Mas Janeil vineyard straddles a geological fault, there is a wide variety of different soils. Thus, at the foot of the Château de Quéribus, the soil is rather made up of limestone and granite, while the “Pas de la Mule” plot has a high density of schists. Finally, after 10 years of tenancy, François bought Mas Janeil in 2008. He built a new cellar there and partially reinstalled an old irrigation system. The wines produced there are alternately from a single vineyard or blends of different plots.

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