Château Jérémie Corbières 2016, Languedoc

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Château Jérémie Corbières 2016, Languedoc
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This latest edition to Jean-Claude Mas' portfolio is already producing some impressive wines (the first vintage was only in 2015).

It's a complex blend of four grape varieties, with Carignan making up the majority, in typical Corbières fashion.

Those Carignan vines average 30-50 years old, with Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault no spring chickens either. That might help explain the terrific quality of the wine. It's one of those that has you looking again at the label, just to make sure you remember it.

For anyone who likes their red wines to leave a notch in the memory.

Classic, classy Corbières red; a chameleon at the dinner table, effortlessly going with whatever you're serving...
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Percentage Alcohol

14.0

Region

Corbières

Grape Variety

ArrayCarignan, Cinsault, Grenache / Garnacha, Syrah / Shiraz

Country

France

Style

ArrayFull-Bodied Red, Oaked Red

Vintage

2016

Food Match

ArrayBeef, Game Meats, Mediterranean

Vegan

Vegan

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The Producer

An estate of 68ha in the heart of the large Corbières region, with vineyards planted on stony soil. The grape varieties planted focus on the red, unsurprisingly given 95% of the region’s wines are red.

Recently a member of Domaines Paul Mas, that ownership has seen plenty of new investment, with the cellar completely overhauled in 2014. Now gravity moves the juice and wine around, not pumps, and focused winemaking producers red wines that really show what Corbières can produce.

Even the barrels are a bit different here, using 50hl conical barrels rather than the traditional style you’d recognise.

We’ve shipped direct to keep the price down, and think you’ll love this classic French regional producer’s wine.
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Tom Cannavan Reviews

Don't just take our word for it; here's what wine writer Tom Cannavan has to say:

"This comes from 30- 50-year-old Grenache, Carignan, Mourvèdre and Syrah vines in Corbières, and the dark, saturated colour suggests depth, which indeed there is: sweet black berries and plum fruit mingle with a little bit spice and an intriguing, more floral note that flits around the aroma. In the mouth it is pretty substantial, with chunky tannins nicely matched by the fruit concentration, and surely there’s a bit of oak smoothing and filling out the finish. Good balance, staying juicy and approachable, but with a bit of steak night heft too."

The Region

It’s a whopping region; one of the largest in France, and ruggedly beautiful. Spend time following the winding hillside roads, lapping up the historic villages and stunning landscape, and you’ll fall for this wonderful part of France.

Red wines rule here, and with Carignan being the mainstay of production. It’s seen leaps and bounds in the quality stakes; in fact it’s now sub-divided into 11 distinct terroirs by the locals (including Montagne d’Alaric, where our wine comes from).

Now part of the Domaines Paul Mas group of wineries, Corbières wines are those you can put on the table when you’re looking for something to please everyone, and raise a smile or two from your guests.
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Beef Wellington with Spinach and Bacon

A traditional Beef Wellington is a labour of love, but one that more than delivers on taste. The tender beef fillet will pair nicely with medium to full-bodied juicy red styles from the likes of Corbières.
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Duck with Greens

The rich flavours of the roast duck pair well with smooth, fruity New World reds - plump for lightly oaked or unoaked styles with enough acidity to cut through the fattiness of the meat. Try our Château Jérémie. It's glorious.
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Venison Steak with Redcurrant Sauce

The rare red meat and fruity sauce work brilliantly with rich, dark reds. Go for a well-structured but fruit-driven style which will square up to the robust meat flavours and complement the redcurrant sauce. Château Jérémie from Corbières makes for the perfect pair.
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