SUD DE FRANCE
The South of France consists of the Languedoc, Rousillon and the Côtes de Provence regions, producing plenty of good value French wine. We love this region especially for their quality to price ratio. Where else in France can you find a range of varietals from Albarino to Viognier!
$15 kermit lynch vaucluse rouge '15
$15 kermit lynch vaucluse blanc '17
This VdP Blanc from Vaucluse in Southern France is a simple but satisfying blend of 50% Viognier and 50% Chardonnay produced by Domaine de Durban for importing legend Kermit Lynch. Soft texture with tropical fruit and golden apple notes balanced by pleasant underlying acidity.
$13 DOMAINE LA MANARINE “LE CARIGNAN” ‘16
$12 paul mas carignan "vieille vignes" languedoc '16
A full-bodied, rich and mellow wine, with delicious velvety tannins and complex flavors. A hint of toasty oak makes this a natural with simple burgers and BBQ.
$17 LE P’TIT SPENCER CORBIERES ‘16
$15 cinquante-cinq viognier '17
$18 mas de gourgonnier rouge les baux de provence '16 organic
I don't think there is a tastier more complete red wine in the store than the Mas de Gourgonnier Rouge. Grenache, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Carignan. Far from any pollution and having the advantage of a very hot, dry and windy climate, the Mas of Gourgonnier uses biological farming methods, following the “Nature and Progress ” laws which forbid any use of chemical fertilizer, weed killer and insecticide. The soil is fertilize only by compost, manure and annual green manure.