Château Puech-Haut is a secret star of Languedoc near the region of Pic-St-Loup, founded by Gerard Bru. Located 20 kilometres North East of Montpellier, the terroir of Puech-Haut extends over 250 hectares for a difference in height oscillating between 50 and 150 meters above sea level. The combination of the Mediterranean climate and mixture of clay and limestone soils topped with galet pebbles, help create a truly impressive range of superb value French Country wines.
An intense cherry red colour, bright and clear with purple reflections. The nose opens with aromas of ripe black fruit with more candied notes, all supported by a toasty character. The palate is full, ample and expressive with aromas of ripe fruits and elegantly woody.
Serves at: 14-16°C
Food matches: Give partridge or pheasant a whirl, or even a hearty stew.