Chateau Le Roc, a fantastic Bordeaux producer from the heart of the Entre-deux-Mers, the relatively flat lowland part of Bordeaux between the Gironde and Dordogne rivers. The region is known for producing wines of terrific value. The terroir is made of clay and limestone, with vines planted around 35 years ago. Monsieur Cedric Landie, the owner and winemaker of the Chateau, leads the way in producing commendable, excellent-value bordeaux.
Le Roc Bordeaux 2018
60% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon. A beautiful garnet colour. It displays a great aromatic complexity ranging from notes of red fruit to vanilla. Well-balanced with silky tannins, this is a mouth-watering drink-now bordeaux that punches well above its weight. It pairs perfectly with heavier meats, cheese and cold cuts.
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About Chateau Le Roc
Les Deesses Muettes Garrus 2019
Beautiful red color. Intense nose of red fruits. Well-balanced on the palate with round and integrated tannins. Supple and easy-drinking wine. Best served with grilled meats, roasts, salads or soft cheeses.
Coquard Beaujolais ’69’ 2020
Classic aromas of raspberry and wild strawberry dominate, with playful hints of blackcurrant to round it out. The complex minerality fleshes out the gentle tannins, resulting in a satin-smooth mouthfeel and a memorable finish. Best enjoyed on the cooler side (11-12° C) and great with charcuterie, poultry and cheeses.
Coquard Moulin A Vent 2019
Moulin a Vent is one of the oldest and most renowned Beaujolais Crus. 2019 was a lovely concentrated vintage bursting
Puygueraud Francs Cotes de Bordeaux 2018
Deep garnet-purple in color, the 2018 Puygueraud (85% Merlot, 12% Cabernet Franc and 3% Malbec) sings of kirsch, redcurrant jelly and blackberry preserves with hints of baked plums, black truffles and tapenade. The medium to full-bodied palate delivers bags of energetic red and black berry layers, supported by plush tannins and a lively backbone, finishing long and lifted. - Wine Advocate
Reverdito Barolo Ascheri 2016
Vineyard: La Morra Production: 4,000 bottles Soil: Marl Barolo produced here is best described as “warm-hearted”. Michele’s Barolo Ascheri comes from the classic chalky soils of La Morra about 250 meters up the steep hillside, inter-planted with several types of grasses and beans to aid biodiversity and soil structure. The resulting wine has an enticing nose of flowers, ripe strawberries and dark cherries, and a good mouthful of plummy ripe elegant fruit. This deceptively mid-weight Barolo has a ton to offer.
Chateau Peyrabon Haut Medoc 2019
60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 31% Merlot, 5% Cab Franc, 4% Petit Verdot 91 points Decanter: “A touch of exotic spice, sweet cinnamon, white pepper, raisins, dried fruit and red cherries. This has a lovely, dense and chewy texture with bright red fruit flavours such as raspberries, strawberries and red cherries. Fruit-forward and confident. Acidity keeps things lifted and fresh, and this has an appealing brightness, even a touch too bright at this point - the acidity and fruit need more time to integrate.”
La Gabinele Belandes Minervois 2015
Grenache 40 %, Syrah 60 % An incredibly expressive bouquet: peony, violet, white pepper, cocoa, eucalyptus and star anise. An impressive palate from the outset with powerful flavour. The body is vibrant, unctuous and sensual leading to a mineral and acid driven finish. With its power and juiciness, Bélandes goes perfectly with braised lamb, roasted rabbit or roast duck.
Collemattoni Adone Toscana IGT 2019
95% Sangiovese, 5% Merlot. A knockout at its price point. Enjoyable now, with the addition of Merlot increasing the suppleness of the fruit and palate. Delicate aromatics of red fruits, underbrush, truffles, violet petals, and spices spring from the glass. Sleek and polished, with some mocha and gentle herbal notes adding to the palate. Collemattoni is Certied Organic