IGP Pays d'Oc
Petit Verdot 100%
Goldene Medaille Vignerons Indépendants 2013
Very dark garnet red, with complex aromas of ripe plums, walnuts, and spices, with a hint of vanilla and leather. Well structured. Well rounded tannins. An absolute must!
IGP Pays d'Oc has wines out of Languedoc, that are growing in an unrecognized region.
This vineyard once belonged to Bailly de Suffrn, knight of Orde de Malte, from the 18th century. The name of the vineyard can be traced back a the battle in the cove "Pain de Sucre" in Guadeloupe. Francoise Bousquet and his daughter have owned the vineyard since 1998. It has over 30 hectares and produces extravegant cuvées.
Domaine du Pain de Sucre Petit Verdot
Best served 18°C. Open bottle 2 hours before drinking.
This wine is wonderful when served with beef strogonoff and dark chocolate.