La Vielle Capitelle Languedoc, 2013, Gerard Bertrand


€9.99 from €13.99 in  O’Briens.

A solid offering from Gerard Bertrand.

Served to Ross and Amyj for Dinner


Pic Saint Loup, Gerard Bertrand, Grand Terroir, 2011

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John brought this to dinner, a very mellow, fresh tasting blackberry fruity wine named after a mountain near Montpelier in Languedoc.

Gerard Bertrand, wine notes here, owns 6 wineries in the Languedoc (including Chateau l’Hospitalet / Maison Bertrand) and was once Captain of Stade Francais.

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H de L’Hospitalet 2012 Sauvignon Maison Bertrand

H de Hospitalet (Custom)

From O’Briens. We offered this to Joanne, Vincent, Leanore & Barry at our pre-wedding dinner party.

This is a solid and acceptable Sav Blanc.

Pale colour in the glass.

Very quaffable, almost Ronseal quality and was worthy of more reseach.

Their website states: “Rounded and fruity, this range of varietals typically reflects the Languedoc terroir and the Art de Vivre which Château l’Hospitalet embodies”

From O’Briens @ 9.99, from €13.99

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