Hot Offer: Fitou: Domaine des Rebouls rouge 2016
"...a tiny price to pay for this level of seriously talented winemaking.”
Who doesn't love a deal on a rich, Southern red with bags of testimonial? Jean-Marc Astruc's 'Domaine des Rebouls', produced in the rugby-loving hill village of Tuchan deep in 'Cathar country', is made from a traditional blend of Carignan, Grenache Noir and Syrah. It is the quintessential spicy Languedoc red (from the IWC Languedoc-Roussillon Specialist Merchant of the Year 2019, a-hem!) and is ideal for hearty midweek suppers, yet wouldn't disgrace an Easter feast.
"It is macho, proud, generous and fiercely authentic. It is also a tiny price to pay for this level of seriously talented winemaking."
Matthew Jukes - MoneyWeek magazine.
"It's a supple, smooth and satiny-textured, deceptively full-bodied blend of carignan, grenache and syrah, with a plush, velvet-pile sensation to sun-ripened tannin. The focus is firmly on concentration of fresh fruit - blackberry, raspberry, plum, bramble - with black pepper, soy sauce and bay leaf adding savoury notes of complexity. Drink with: gently seasoned lamb casserole."
Sally Easton MW - France magazine.
"It's full of spice, power and character and although in fine nick could easily cope with another couple of years' ageing."
Jonathan Ray - The Spectator magazine.
This offer case contains twelve bottles of:
Fitou: Domaine des Rebouls 2016