Pic Saint-Loup Wine

  • Pic Saint-Loup: Mas Bruguière l’Arbouse 2012

    Pic Saint-Loup: Mas Bruguière l’Arbouse 2012

    This organic Syrah / Grenache Noir blend has enjoyed the honour of being selected as a wine to accompany the table d’hôte menu by head sommelier David Galetti, at Le Gavroche, which is testament to both its value and versatility. A real winner with hearty daubes and casseroles.

    • Bottle £13.50
    • Bottle Case £162.00
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  • Pic Saint-Loup: Mas Bruguière La Grenadière 2011

    Pic Saint-Loup: Mas Bruguière La Grenadière 2011

    A densely structured wine with complex Autumnal fruit flavours supported by rugged tannins with spicy undertones.

    • Bottle £19.50
    • Bottle Case £234.00
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  • Pic Saint-Loup: Mas Bruguière l’Arbouse 2013

    Pic Saint-Loup: Mas Bruguière l’Arbouse 2013

    The Pic Saint-Loup Mas Bruguière 'l’Arbouse' is a rich, compelling red wine with a wealth of wild garrigue herb and berry scents and a lovely, pitchy palate of black fruit and fine-grained tannins.

    • Half Bottle £8.25
    • Half Bottle Case £198.00
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  • Coteaux du Languedoc: Mas Bruguière Les Mûriers 2013

    Coteaux du Languedoc: Mas Bruguière Les Mûriers 2013

    A dry white Languedoc wine that displays appealing wild flower scents and a savoury, mid-weight palate of white orchard fruit with subtle hints of pine resin and thyme and an elegant dry finish.

    • Bottle £13.95
    • Bottle Case £167.40
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Pic Saint-Loup wines

Pic Saint-Loup Wine

In June 2010 the Conseil Interprofessionel des Vin du Languedoc (CIVL) approved a new band of elite ‘Grands Crus du Languedoc’, encompassing Pic Saint-Loup amongst others. Some might say that the last thing French wine classification needed was any further complication but it is at least an attempt to acknowledge the superior quality of the region’s wines.
Xavier Bruguière of Mas Bruguière represents the 7th generation of his family to make wine here in Pic Saint-Loup and he bears the assurance of someone who knows exactly what he’s doing, but he is clearly still questing for improvement. Xavier has recently put all of his vineholdings under conversion to organic classification, which he concedes will have an impact on costs but should further highlight the quality of his output.