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Clos de Savignac - Château Paul Mas - Red - 2017 - Bottle 75cl - Paul Mas

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Bottle 75cl
15.95 Euros  NOW
Case 6x75cl (15.95 € per bottle)
95.70 Euros  NOW

Tasting Notes ...


Grape varieties : Syrah 55%, Mourvedre 25% , Grenache 20%

The wine was aged in 100% American oak barrels After being aged for 12 months in oak barrels, this blend was bottled unfiltered in order to preserve its velvety and dense structure.

Tasting Notes
Colour: Violet black colour.
Nose: Complex and aromatic aromas of violet, cocoa, roasted coffee beans and black berry notes.
Palate: Rich aromas of blackberry brandy, toffee, smoked ham, and toasted coconut with a silky, fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body and a layered, blackberry crème brulee, pistachio nougat, and baking spices accented finish with chewy tannins.
Food pairing: Best served at 17°C, with grilled rib eye and T-bone steak meat, stew, game, pasta, game and soft cheeses. A seamless, meaty red for all occasions; will be sensational with ham.

Clos de Savignac - Château Paul Mas - Red - 2017 - Bottle 75cl Paul Mas

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Le Clos de Savignac consists of 3 ha (7.4 acres) of vines located on the hillside overlooking the Mediterranean Sea nearby Montagnac, in the Languedoc. This vineyard is planted with old vine of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre, with a low yield. The vineyard lies at 80-110 meters a.s.l. and it enjoys an East, South east exposure with the cooling influence from the sea. These vines are TerraVitis certified.

Domaine Paul Mas
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