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Corbières AOC

The appellation produces red wine (mainly), white wine and a single rosé wine. The red Corbières is made from Shiraz which brings richness to the wine, complemented by Carignan and Monastrell affirming its identity as a wine from the South. The rosé is made from the same grape varieties with the incorporation of a minority of white grape varieties in the blend, which gives a dry, fresh, thirst-quenching wine. White Corbières is made from Bourboulenc, Grenache, Clairette, Macabeu, Muscat à petits grains, Roussanne or Vermentino. The leading AOC in Languedoc and the fourth largest in France by surface area, the AOC Corbières is a real godsend for those looking for wines with a striking price-pleasure ratio! The cooperative cellars here produce an exemplary work of renovation and quality, giving the wines more visibility and a beautiful tasting reach.


FLAGSHIP domaines

Cellier des Demoiselles
Cave de Castelmaure
Château Grand Moulin
Château de Fontenelles

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Shall We Taste?

RedsVery expressive, they are endowed with a beautiful aromatic complexity. The climate gives them a lot of freshness thanks to the large differences in temperature. Powerful wines but without being too heavy.

Rosés : Dry, fresh and thirst-quenching wines that are marked by their intense fruitiness.

Whites : Fatty and onctuous, they impose their Mediterranean character. They combine aromas of white flowers and exotic fruits.

Food & Wine Pairings

Reds :  Wines of average ageing potential that go well with big game, stewed and roasted red meats. Chili con carne. Fricassee of porcini mushrooms. Cheese (Livarot)).

Rosés : Drink young and up to 2 or 3 years with cold meats, artichokes, grilled meats. Poultry tajine. Fish soup.

Whites :  Drink young and up to 2 or 3 years with grilled meats. Poultry. Frog legs. White meat. Fish.

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