AOP Côtes du Rhône blanc

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    Réserve
    les
    Argentines 2009
  • Chateau-Noel-Saint-Laurent-Blanc-2011

    Château
    Noël
    Saint
    Laurent
    blanc
    2013
Réserve les Argentines 2011

100% Viognier
Very bright yellow gold aspect. Intense woody apricot jam aroma with honey, white flowers, litchi and mango. A great aromatic power for a very full taste.
To drink right away at 14°C or keep for 2 years.
Eat with foie gras, poularde crème..
Recipe : croissant de coulommiers à la truffe

    Château Noël Saint Laurent white 2011

25% Viognier, 72 % Marsanne, 3% Bourboulenc.
An elegant finery with golden reflections announces freshness in the nose as in mouth, and distinguishes it from traditional “Côtes du Rhône”. A mouth dominated by notes of white peach whereas a delicate wooden passage brought it a just curvature.
Selection guides Hachette 2011
Selection Gault Millau
Recipe: slightly smoked salmon and its citrus fruit Chantilly.

AOP Côtes du Rhône rouge

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    Château

    Noël

    Saint

    Laurent

    Red

    2006

  • Chateau-Noel-Saint-Laurent-Rouge-web

    Château

    Noël

    Saint

    Laurent

    Red

    2007

  • Matador-web

    Matador

    Red

    2004

Château Noël Saint Laurent Red 2007

50% Black Grenache, 45% Syrah and 5% Mourvèdre
A deep red with dark red reflections aspect. White pepper with notes of Vanilla.
An elegant, round, warm taste with cooked prune and liquorice notes.
To drink right away at 18°C or keep 4 to 5 years.
Selected by “Guide Hachette 2009”.
Eat with Côte de boeuf with marrow, boeuf bourgignon.
Recipe : Terrine de foie gras de canard du Sud-ouest en gelée et Magrets de canard au vin miellé

Château Noël Saint Laurent Red 2009

50% Black Grenache, 45% Syrah and 5% Mourvèdre
Deep red with purple reflections aspects. Lightly spicy, violet and blackcurrant flavour. Soft taste with silky tannins and red fruit and blackberry.
To be put into a carafe one hour prior serving . Can be drunk right away at a 18°C.
Temperature or kept 4 or 5 years.
Selection of “Guide Hachette 2010”
Selection Gault Millau
Serve with duck filet, poultry, roasted meat.
Recipe : Pot au feu de joues de boeuf à la moutarde verte

Matador Red 2006

440% Grenache, 40% Syrah and 20% Mourvèdre
Exceptional wine proceeding from our oldest vines.
Bright deep red almost black aspect. A smell of white pepper, violet, little black fruit jam and cherries preserved in Kirsch liquor.
To uses of very complex taste of concentrated mature fruit with round tannins.
To drink right away after 1 or 2 hours in a carafe at 18°C. Can be kept 5 to 10 years.
Selection Gault Millau
Recipe : Daube de Camargue

Vins de pays de Vaucluse igp

  • Zephyr-Rose-web

    Zéphyr

    rosé

  • Zephyr-Rouge-web

    Zéphyr Red

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Red or Rosé, Zephyr is an explosion ofsensations. A cool, soft and pleasant wind…
Summer wine to share with friends for aperitif, barbecues, raw vegetables.

  • Zéphyr rosé

Directly pressed Cinsault and Mourvèdre, drainsof Grenache, Syrah and Cabernet.
Pale-flesh coloured-slight acid, red fruit fragrance with a mineral and fruity taste.

  • Zéphyr Red

Merlot, Cabernet, Syrah and Cinsault.
Ruby red colour, red fruit fragrance
Ample taste with soft tannins

Emprise Concept

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50% Grenache black, 45% Syrah, 5% Mourvèdre
Emprise was born from a mix of ideas between a creative agency in Avignon (Quatrain), an agency in Arles specialized in fantastic concrete casting and your two servants Brigitte and Didier.
A film buff would see the link to Stanley Kubrick’s film 2001 Space Odyssey “where the primitive man will acquire knowledge by putting his hand on a grey monolith”. So, opening a Emprise block drives you to the mystery of wine.
Processed the same way as Matador, in its hand moulded box Emprise is a guaranty of a superb and unforgettable present. Each box has its number in a limited edition of only 300 pieces.