Famille Fabre Languedoc Wines

Famille Fabre - Languedoc wines 

The Fabre Family has been making wine in Languedoc for over 300 years now and it is quite something in this region that has seen so much change over the years. It all started with Château Fabre Gasparets followed by the addition of the other domains through marriages and acquisitions. Louis Fabre is the 16th generation of the family to manage the vineyards and the next generation has already joined him!

With four separate vineyards around Narbonne and Beziers, the Fabre Family produces many different wines, always with the same philosophy and respect of the different terroirs – all four vineyards have been turned to organic agriculture. Reds, Whites and Rosé all have their own style and have of course been tasted and validated by Your Sommelier. We particularly liked the Château Fabre-Gasparets Viognier Chimère that was a fantastic discovery for us!

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£ 8.90
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Instant Blanc is a classic Languedoc Sauvignon Blanc made by the Fabre family on Domaine de la Grande Courtade. A really well made wine, showing a pale colour and intense fruit aromas - citrus, passion fruit and pineapple. Finish is mineral with lemony notes. Without being a presumptuous wine, this bottle is absolutely perfect to discover what this...

£ 10.75
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Pinot Noir is becoming more and more popular in Languedoc under the IGP d'Oc appellation. Climate and soil are ideal for this grape there, while giving different wines from up North in Burgundy, Loire, or Alsace. This Pinot Noir is a lovely fruity wine with a nose of red cherry, morello cherry and earthy notes. Very lightly oaked with just a few months...

£ 11.20
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One could think that Chardonnay is a grape made for Burgundy or Champagne, however it can grow well in various types of climate, even warmer ones. This southern Chardonnay exhibits a pale golden colour and a slightly toasted nose, due to a short time spent in oak barrel. Palate is balanced and lively with notes of white flowers. The buttery and round...

£ 12.00
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Stuck between Carcassonne and Narbonne, Corbières is the widest appellation in Languedoc with 11,800 hectares. Vines are planted in hilly areas, producing elegant, round and powerful reds thanks to a warm climate. Château de Luc is the perfect opportunity to start exploring the Corbières AOC. Made of Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre and Carignan, it boasts...

£ 16.00
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Corbières-Boutenac is today at the top of the hierarchy in Languedoc: The Boutenac terroir gained its specific appellation within the Corbières AOC in 2005, thanks to the exceptional quality and elegance of its wines. After a 12-month ageing in oak barrels, this red has an explosive nose of cherry and spices. Palate is complex and aromatic, with nice...

£ 23.80
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This wine is nothing but classic! It could be seen as the little extravaganza of the winemaker, a big fan of Condrieu wines - the famous Viognier wines of the Northern Rhône - which may explains a few things about this wine. It starts on a very mineral nose of candied citrus and peach. The palate is rich, concentrated and fresh, delivering aromas of...

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