Château Mas Belles Eaux
This Languedoc winery is owned by Pichon-Longueville of Bordeaux fame. The vineyards of Mas Belles Eaux stretch over 90 hectares of hillsides in the Languedoc, where they benefit from a varied, complex terroir of Villafranchian gravel over red clay and alluvial soils. The estate was called Belles Eaux because of the numerous springs around the property which run down into the Peyne River, which has a unique effect on the terroir and provide their freshness to the wines of Mas Belles Eaux.
Red garnet in colour. On the nose aromas of vanilla, red berries and pastry. Full bodied, fruity on the palate with well integrated tannins and a slightly oaked finish.
This wine is perfect served with a rack of lamb or strong-flavoured cheeses.