Deep garnet red with purple tints. A complex bouquet of jammy dark fruits, sweet spices, scrubland and liquorice. The full and generous initial mouth-feel releases smooth tannins and a remarkable aromatic complexity. The exceptionally long finish reveals spiced and toasted notes.
This grand wine is a great companion for your most gastronomic meals: rabbit with prunes, Pyrenees rose veal with morels, roast lamb with a spice crust, duck breast with red berry sauce, rib of beef with pan-fried ceps. It is also an ideal partner for a mature cheeseboard. Try it with a ripe Reblochon or a Vacherin.
It can be served now but will age perfectly over 5 to 8 years in your cellar. Serve between 16 and 18°C, ideally in a carafe.
This inviting red displays plenty of blackberry, currant and cherry fruit in a fresh, lightly spiced profile. Floral, mineral and tangy accents give shape to the lingering finish. Moderate tannins. Syrah and Grenache. Drink now through 2020.
Made from 75% Syrah and 25% Grenache, the 2015 Côtes du Roussillon Villages Red Domus is a tank-aged red offering lots of peppery herbs, sappy flowers and darker fruits in its medium-bodied, fresh and elegant style. Drink it in its youth.