Chateau De l’Engarran – Quetton Saint Georges 2011 – Coteaux du Languedoc

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Very deep core, some evolution on the rim, ruby towards tawny but with a very black centre. Sweet nose, with some evolution indicating dried fruit, very sweet fruit, sweet red berries, plum; also with some herbal spiciness like mint, sage. Palate is quite dense, warm and ripe; the fruit is almost towards the dry and sweet, with some hints of liqueur, kirsch, dried fruit – but still it keeps a good freshness, with integrated tannins. Good length, quite persistent, medium towards long, with quite unctuous fruit on the finish, those dried sweet berries, and some notes of mint. Pretty good drinkability right now, this is not a wine I would keep for very long, I think it is offers its pleasurable sweet fruits right now today.

Tasted by the Best Sommelier of the World, Andreas Larsson.