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Terraces du Larsac, Aubert and Mathieu 6 x 75cl

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A fabulous, intensely flavoured wine produced from a small winery in the south of France with its own non-conformist style. This appellation is situated to the north west of Faugères where the soils are high in limestone and schist content. The vines are planted at an altitude of 500m, the cooler climes allowing a long and slow ‘hang time’ for the grapes.
This is an En Primeur wine and special conditions apply.
Type:
Vintage:
2018
Size:
6 x 75cl
Main Grape:
Grape Mix:
50% Mourvèdre, 25% Syrah, 25% Grenache
Genre:
Style:
N/A
Producer:
Country:
France
Body:
Hearty, rustic and full flavoured
Drinking Window:
Drink from 2022 onwards
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£84.00
 

Aubert & Mathieu

Aubert & Mathieu is the story of two friends, Anthony Aubert and Jean-Charles Mathieu, who met in school, chose different paths, but met up again and decided to further their respective passions for wine production. Their exciting new project started with the 2016 vintage, with the first wines being released in March 2019. Already their main market is the trendy Paris restaurant scene. They set out to produce niche wines in the best terroirs of Languedoc-Roussillon. They focus on the best terroirs in the region, highlighting the nuances and singularities of each appellation. The DNA of their wines show the perfect mastery of freshness, balance and the search for complexity. Inspiration, carefree and a little fantasy led them on their way! Anthony Aubert is modest when he says “Make no mistake…. the real star is the terroir!”

Tasting Notes

There is a beautiful subtlety on the bouquet, ripe whiffs of black fruits and a peppery spice. The palate is thick and voluptuous, boasting cassis, eucalyptus and a hint of liquorice all wrapped up in a classic jacket of garrigue. Very ‘gourmande’.

Press Comments

Jancis Robinson, 2020, 17/20 points: "Gorgeous hibiscus and cinnamon perfume over rather sumptuously ripe fruit. This is good! Vibrant fruit and spice that bowls you over with a detonation of flavour and uncoiling acidity. Orange peel and raspberry popsicles and red cherries layered over a raft of rugged but polished, dry tannins. I love the way the acidity winds through the fruit and tannins like silver slivers of tinsel, catching and throwing light and lightness."