DOMAINE LES TAILHADES "Petit Grains" - Muscat De Saint-Jean De Minervois - France

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Product SKU
RH13
Vintage: 2020

DOMAINE LES TAILHADES "Petit Grains" ​- Muscat De Saint-Jean De Minervois - Languedoc - France

Golden yellow colour with green reflections. Delicate nose of fresh fruity aromas (mango, lychee). Well-balanced, lively, fresh and powerful with a nice fresh fig finish.

Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

$24.00
Country FRANCE Region Languedoc Grape Varietal Muscat

Product Description

Description

Golden yellow colour with green reflections. Delicate nose of fresh fruity aromas (mango, lychee). Well-balanced, lively, fresh and powerful with a nice fresh fig finish. Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat To be enjoyed with foie gras
  • Dessert Strawberry soup, but also as an aperitif.

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Sweet Wine

This is categorised as a sweet wine.

Wine Facts

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Product Type Sweet Wine
Grape Varietal Muscat
Vintage 2020
Region Languedoc
Country FRANCE
Producer Grands Chais de France (GCF)
Mouth Attribute Balanced, Fresh, Sweet
Nose Attribute Fruity
SKU RH13

Vineyard Info

Domaine Les Tailhades' vineyards were planted on limestone plateau at 220 to 270 metres of altitude, exposed South-East.

Description

Golden yellow colour with green reflections. Delicate nose of fresh fruity aromas (mango, lychee). Well-balanced, lively, fresh and powerful with a nice fresh fig finish. Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat To be enjoyed with foie gras
  • Dessert Strawberry soup, but also as an aperitif.

Awards

Sweet Wine

This is categorised as a sweet wine.

More Information
Product Type Sweet Wine
Grape Varietal Muscat
Vintage 2020
Region Languedoc
Country FRANCE
Producer Grands Chais de France (GCF)
Mouth Attribute Balanced, Fresh, Sweet
Nose Attribute Fruity
SKU RH13
Domaine Les Tailhades' vineyards were planted on limestone plateau at 220 to 270 metres of altitude, exposed South-East.