In the 1990s Roy Richards and Mark Walford were importing the Roussillon wines of Gérard Gauby into England. Gerard, convinced that vines in the cooler climate of the Fenouillèdes, high up in the foothills of the Eastern Pyrenees of South West France, had real potential for producing wine of great quality, suggested that they form a partnership to exploit them. Together they bought vines in the best sites, and an old house in the high altitude village of Saint Martin de Fenouillet, in the heart of the vineyards. The house became Soula’s first cellar and from the first vintage in 2001, the red and white wine began to establish its reputation for wines of purity, vitality and individuality, a reputation that remains to this day.
Case of 6 Bottles
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duty paid price: £163.67
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price shown is under bond
duty paid price: £27.28
N.B. This is 32% Vermentino, 30% Sauvignon, 20% Macabeu, 14% Grenache Blanc, 3% Marsanne & Roussanne and 1% Grenache Gris. This is very pale in the glass and the nose exhibits a wisp of oh-so-à-la-mode struck match reduction that frames fruit of pear and spices and a citrus tang of lemon and lime. There's some ripeness on entry before it gains in elegant grip aided and abetted by the green orange acidity within. The fruit in the mouth is of small orange and apple. The grip intensifies through the back of this very, very long wine to a super, peary, mineral death. Fabulous stuff, more upright and focused than the 2013 at the moment. Bowes Wine original note
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