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the St. Chinian?

Domaine la MADURA

Domaine La Madura

Nadia and Cyril Bourgne
12, rue de la Digue Saint Chinian

34360 Phone: 04 67 38 17 85
Fax: 04 67 38 17 85

Area of 13.40 ha of soil clay and limestone, shale and sandstone . Beau Saint-Chinian red Grand Vin 2006, pretty dress garnet, a structured wine, rich and dense, with notes of humus cassis and ripe , heavy timber. The Saint-Chinian red 2006 is classic, dress intense, perfumed ( fresh fruit , humus ...), slightly peppery finish. Very nice white Classic 2007, a success, with this nose pronounced fern and wattle, a nice roundness in the mouth, suave and persistent. Beautiful vintage SM 2006, flagship of the range, a vintage limited after a rigorous selection of the best plots and a thorough winemaking, which reflect the spirit of the estate and will of the winemaker d express the richness of its soil a Wine Powerful nose to expressive scrubland and toast, tasty and mouth soft with notes of red fruit and spices, tannins silky and dense.

Cave Les Vins de ROQUEBRUN

Cellar Wines ROQUEBRUN

Director: Alain Rogier
Avenue Orange 34460
Phone: 04 67 89 64 35
Fax: 04
67 89 57 93 Email:

A cellar reference remarkably equipped to collect rewards. One can easily understand its place in the Top with Saint-Chinian red Roquebrun Lord Aupenac 2006, raising 14 months in barrels of oak, with typical notes of garrigue, roasted coffee, but also notes giboyeuses, mouth flexible and powerful both. The Saint-Chinian Roquebrun rouge Aupenac fiefs of 2007 was marked by small red fruit cooked ( cassis, raspberry , blackberry and black cherry), mouth wide, fine and elegant. The Saint-Chinian Roquebrun white The fiefs of Aupenac 2008 (70% Roussanne, 30% Grenache ) Medal Gold the Challenge International Wine Blaye-Bourg, and winemaking Livestock barrels of oak new, for 9 months with stiring, to dress yellow light, delicately scented forest, a wine suave, while finesse. The Saint-Chinian Roquebrun red wine Roches Noires 2007 ( Syrah, Grenache and Mourvedre planted on schist soils), medals of gold in Paris and the international Vinalies is of beautiful purple dress with hints of black, it expresses the long tasting of the macerated black fruit, but also the humus and spices, a wine of great palette aromatic of custody .



Pierre and Michel Biron
Road Pumisson
34490 Murviel-lès-Béziers
Phone: 04 67 32 92 58
Fax: 04 67 37 84 49
Website: www . / saintmartindeschamps

At the head of the First Great Classified Wines. Here, we winemakers from father to son since 1675, and the field extends over 90 hectares located on land clay-limestone exposed full south. Remarkable Saint-Chinian Les Terrasses de red Fontenille 2006 (Syrah dominant and Grenache ) soft bodied and both at complex nose (blackcurrant blackberry), slightly spicy, a Wine typed as we love them. Beau Saint-Chinian Cuvée Mathieu 2004 (the name of the son of Pierre), full winemaking is to say barrels of 400 liters ( French oak), after of maceration 40 days, Wine are united in the same barrels for breeding which lasts 5-6 months, a vintage equal parts Syrah, Grenache and Mourvedre of dress Ruby dark with aromas small black berries and humus, mouth of a wine elegant and highly fragrant. The Saint-Chinian Tradition red 2008, though his expressive local schist, is intense nose and palate, with scents of spices and fruit cooked red , persistent. The Saint-Chinian Rosé 2009, resulting from bleeding , although aged 5 months in tanks on lees with a frequency depending on the bâtonnages tasting is dry and sweet to Once, one of the best in the name, a color very delicate a wine with aromas for exotic fruits that develop on the palate lot of elegance, character bright, very pleasant. Very successful, Vin de Pays d'Oc Domaine Saint-Martin-des-Champs Viognier 2009, floral as VDP d'Oc Chardonnay 2009, aromas of citrus, a touch that appeals acidity coupled with a nice roundness. Take the opportunity to take the time to do the free tour of the winery with tasting, horse trails, mountain bike tours, art exhibitions ...


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