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Château de L’Engarran – Gres de Montpellier 2012 Red 

France Languedoc/Roussillon
Coteaux du Languedoc

Red     

Medium deep ruby red colour, with some evolution on the rim. Also evolution on the nose, it’s displaying sweet red fruit, some floral notes; freshly crushed berries, dried plum, and almost a hint of pain d’épices. Palate has medium weight; it offers juicy fruit, red berries and plum. It has a good freshness, and a fine level of acidity, towards the high. Tannins are quite integrated, a rather loose structure I would say. No hints of oak there. Finish is nice, soft and rounded with medium length. Good drinkability today. Clearly a Grenache style from Southern France, that I would like to enjoy with quite simple traditional dishes from the south. Nicely enjoyable.

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Wines of Austria – Overview by Andreas Larsson