Le Parc is the absolute cherry on the cake. Yes, it is an expensive Languedoc wine, but we have never tasted anything as such in the region. Le Parc is a huge, full-bodied and explosive red, made of 100% Syrah coming from a specific parcel. It shows an incredibly concentrated nose of roasted blackcurrant, cassis and eucalyptus. The palate is really powerful with notes of dark chocolate and coffee. Make sure you keep a place in your cellar for a while, it is far from being ready to drink...
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Le Parc is the absolute cherry on the cake. Yes, it is an expensive Languedoc wine, but we have never tasted anything as such in the region. Le Parc is a huge, full-bodied and explosive red, made of 100% Syrah coming from a specific parcel. It shows an incredibly concentrated nose of roasted blackcurrant, cassis and eucalyptus. The palate is really powerful with notes of dark chocolate and coffee. Make sure you keep a place in your cellar for a while, it is far from being ready to drink. The pleasure you will have with it in 5, 10,20 years - yes, it will age beautifully this long and will be amazing.
|Wine Characteristics||When & how to drink?|
Château de l’Engarran
Languedoc Saint Georges d’Orques
Dry Red Wine
from now to 2035
2 hours before, ideally decanted
Pebbles on a red soil
45 years old
12 months in new oak barrels followed by 6 months in vats
|What experts say|
90/100 "A rich, concentrated effort that’s comprised of 80% Syrah and 10% each of Grenache and Mourvèdre, the 2013 Languedoc St Georges d’Orques le Parc has a touch of heavy handed oak (it was aged in 100% oak) to go with lots of chocolaty dark fruits, medium to full-bodied palate weight and good overall freshness, which is no doubt a trait of the cooler vintage. Obviously well-made, give it a year or two in bottle and it should keep for a decade after that."
It is quite simple; Your Sommelier fell in love with this cuvée which is an amazing value for money. It has been created after replanting vines on selected parcels to improve the quality of the signature red of the domain. A subtle blend of different grapes (Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot, Grenache) ensures expressive notes of black and red fruit such...
La Lionne is a white wine made of 100% Sauvignon Blanc, coming from strictly selected parcels within the vineyard of the Château - which can clearly been tasted in the glass. It has a nice golden robe with explosive aromas of citrus and white flowers, a buttery structure and a fresh peppery finish. A slightly complex bottle, ideal for amateurs looking for...
Château de l'Engarran is the flagship cuvée of the estate, made from different parcels. A complex bottle, more typical from a Languedoc red, with a bigger structure and elegant tannins (33% of the cuvée is aged in oak barrels), aromas of ripe black fruit and spices, and a nice freshness at the same time. Highly recommended for Languedoc amateurs, this is...
Quetton Saint Georges is the high-end red cuvée from the Château - and we can clearly realise it in the glass. Powerful red with a big structure and complex flavours of ripe black cherry and blackberry, it benefits from a high recognition among wine critics (90-92 from Robert Parker!). A must if you want to discover a top bottle of Languedoc it is already...
This is an amazing but unusual rosé from Languedoc. It is light and fresh as a Côtes de Provence - which is definitely what we love for a rosé. Ideal for an afternoon in the sun or even better, on a barbecue. Summer is not quite there yet, but you will be happy to have a few bottles ready as soon as the temperature starts coming up!
The Château de l’Engarran has been in the same family for years and is managed by two sisters - Diane and Constance - with a very feminine touch! Terres de l’Engarran is a lovely Merlot-based Languedoc, easy to drink with notes of red fruit on the palate. A touch of mint and spices on the finish immediately call for another sip. Perfect with grilled meat...