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Château Viranel V de Viranel AOC Saint-Chinian 2017

Château Viranel V de Viranel AOC Saint-Chinian 2017

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Château Viranel V de Viranel AOC Saint-Chinian 2017

£16.80 inc VAT per bottle

Wine Info

Country:France
Region:Languedoc-Roussillon
Type:Red Wine
Winery:Château Viranel
Grape:Red Blend
Alcohol:14%
Volume:750 ml
Grape %:60% Syrah, 40% Grenache
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  • Robe: black & dark. After carafing this wine releases aromas of red berries (blackcurrant, blackberries),& plants of scrubland. The mouth is silky, marked by powerful and velvety tannins. The explosion of flavours is dominated by the licorice, the violet with notes of chocolate.
  • This estate, in the heart of the Saint-Chinian appellation, has been in the Bergasse family since the 16th Century. Two highly energetic and capable brothers Nicholas and Arnaud Bergasse, have now taken over full control of the winery from their father and have created an outstanding range of wines, taking this prestigious estate to a new level. The vineyards are situated on the limestone hills and ancient terraces overlooking the Vallée de l’Orb. Here the hot Mediterranean climate is tempered by the north wind – the Tramontane - from the mountains of the Cévennes. Cool nights help Viranel’s grapes ripen gently.

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