Château Des Bormettes Côte&Mer Red 2019
Aromatically intense, great quality/price ratio
Region | Provence, Côtes de Provence
Grape Variety | Cinsault
Cinsault is an ancient grape variety believed to have its origins in the Hérault region of the Languedoc in southern France. It is dark-skinned, very aromatic, high in acidity, herbaceous and light in style
Originating from France's Rhone Valley and commonly known as 'Shiraz' in Australia. Produces wines with black plum, leather and black pepper notes. Smoky bacon is a hallmark of a Northern Rhone Syrah. Full bodied with medium-high tannins and good weight on the mid palate. Pairs well with 5-spice and roasted flavours
Style | Medium Bodied
A wine between 12.5-13.5% alcohol with more some intensity of fruit and stronger flavours than in a light bodied wine. Climate and winemaking techniques such as when the grapes are picked at harvest time, ageing, oak will affect the shape and boldness of a wine. With medium to high acidity and/or medium tannins, these are quintessential foodie wines. If your preference is for wines with a bit more body and concentration, then look out for these grape varieties: 2-3 year aged whites such as Chardonnay, Riesling, Gruner Veltliner and for the reds, Sangiovese, Garnacha, Cabernet Franc, Kekfrankos.
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Syrah 80%, Cinsault 15%, Rolle 5%. Bright ruby, with aromas on the nose of wild strawberries, raspberries and aniseed. Supple, fresh and fruity on the palate with black berries and a touch of pepper.