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Saint Chinian

Domaine Belles Courbes 2012

S$950 Flacon of 100ml

Ample and generous, this Saint Chinian from the Belles Courbes Vineyard will readily go with a grilled lamb chop. The climate of the Languedoc and the situation of the hillsides foster a great regularity in the quality of this wine.

Flacon of 100ml S$950
Domaine de Belles Courbes Saint Chinian 2012

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Specifications

Vineyard name Domaine Belles Courbes
Label of origin Saint Chinian
Cuvée Vieilles Vignes
Vintage 2012
Grape varieties Grenache (45%), Syrah (30%), Carignan (20%), Cinsault (5%)
Tasting conditions 17°C
Location Languedoc-Roussillon
Alcohol level 13.0%

Winemaker

Jean-Benoît Pelletier

Immersed in the agricultural world from an early age, a winegrower in Limoux and grain farmer in the Tarn, Jean-Benoît Pelletier began to work for himself by creating his vineyard after obtaining his specialized degrees in agriculture in Rambouillet and in Carcassonne. He has been the owner of the Belles Courbes Vineyard since 2000 and he’s also behind the name Belles Courbes. His values are based on "common sense, observation, closeness to the terroir and simple care.

Food and wine pairings

Red Meat
  • Grilled Lamb Chops, 
  • Spicy Beef