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2016 La Chapelle de Bebian, Prieure de St. Jean Bebian, Languedoc

£18.50 inc. VAT

Stunning red from this boutique winery in the Languedoc, just outside Pezenas. It’s a blend of 80% Syrah and 20% Mourvédre and is just bursting with fresh ripe fruit and spice. Aged in neutral oak barrels this is a great example of the modern wine making styles making waves in the South of France.

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The Languedoc is often thought of as French’s engine room, it is after all the largest wine region in the world just behind Castilla La-Mancha. But if Languedoc is the engine room, Prieuré is a Rolls Royce. It has quite a pedigree. We’re down in the rolling hills near Pezenas here, in vineyards first planted by Cistercian monks who also built the Priory church of Saint Jean in 1152. Just over 30 hectares is broken into 45 different blocks and 3 different major soil types, galets, basalt and limestone … Burgundy eat your heart out!

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