The colour has a golden straw hue with green tinges.
The main aromas are reminiscent of white flowers and yellow fruit, enhanced by touches of exotic and citrus fruit.
On the palate, the wine is alert, seductively suave and fresh.
The colour is a deep garnet red.
To the nose, the "Haute Pierre" cuvée is characterised by strong spicy aromas, which show a rich, powerful body wrapped around with a more delicate yet tightly knit tannic framework.
Rich and unctuous on the palate, the finish reveals some intense, liquorice like flavours.
The colour is a deep garnet red. The nose is essentially fruity, with strong aromas of cassis and plums, an a touch of violets.
This is an ample, well-rounded wine in the mouth that has sufficient tannins for ageing capacity.
Its deep colour has a dark, plum-like hue.
The nose is classically Syrah, with berry fruit, violet, liquorice.
It has a full, rounded palate with delicate tannins, making it unique in the "Côtes-du-Rhône" category.
A golden yellow color with slightly golden silver reflections.
On the nose, a ripe aromatic palette of yellow and slightly exotic fruits, embellished with almonds.
Eucalyptus and coriander tracks bring freshness.
In the mouth , the wine is round, silky, with a good balance, a light sustaining freshness. An aftertaste with a more pronounced bitterness.
This excellent wine is a mixture of traditional grape varieties from the Baron Philippe de Rothschild Chile Winery and a rigorous selection of varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere, Syrah and Cabernet Franc are selected by the winemaker and vinified in the winery located in the middle of the vineyard .
Year after year, this subtle combination gives rise to a round, complex and concentrated wine, focused on fruit extraction.
La Combe Pilate is 100% Viognier from a hillside vineyard on Michel Chapoutier’s property where Michel pushes the boundaries on the biodynamic concept with his experimental range called “The Alchemy Wines”. The symbol on La Combe Pilate’s label is the alchemic symbol for spirit and is inked to Chapoutier’s biodynamic philosophy – to respect and transform the raw material into a high quality product while showcasing the spirit of the land. The Collines Rhodaniennes IGP is characterized by the hills and valleys that surround the Rhone River. With the Massif Central lying to the west and the embryonic foothills of the Alps to the east, the Rhone River carves its way through south-eastern France to the Mediterranean Sea.
Wine Spectator: 91 points
Somehow unknown to the general public because it is only distributed in specialized stores, this Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, produced by the Château la Fleur d'Arthus, deserves your full attention. It is generous, smooth and complex.
A juicy wine that will marry a large number of red meat dishes for example.