Chateau d’Argens Les Rives d’Argens

Purple red

Nose: red fruits and cherries

Mouth: fresh fruit and elegant

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Grenache noir, syrah and mourvèdre from Chateau d’Argens from Languedoc. France. Clay-limestone soil. Shallow, with gravel on the surface, making the most of the Mediterranean grape varieties that make up Rives d’Argens. Grenache noir, syrah and mourvèdre, a seductive, uplifting nose of fresh red fruits and cherries in particular. The freshness of the fruit is followed by a flavour that is elegant rather than powerful, but with a lovely southern sweetness that envelops the still youthful tannins. Delicious.

 

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Château d’Argens, located in the bend of the Canal du Midi, was part of the Seigneuries de Sérame for many years. The imposing manor house, formerly Villa Arsegii (881), takes its name from a geological site consisting of sandstone and clay known for their quality (argilla in Latin). It overlooks the medieval village of the same name and boasts a 900-year history rooted in a turbulent past.

Long owned by the archbishopric of Narbonne, the castle came into the hands of Simon de Montfort in 1215 during the crusade against the Albigensians, before being sold to pay the ransom of Jean II le Bon, then a prisoner of the English. During the same period, it escaped the ravages of the Black Prince, unable to cross the flooded Aude. Antoine de Niquet, Vauban’s right-hand man and president of Toulouse’s parliament, took possession of it in 1722. Currently, Chateau d’Argent is working closely with the young team of the Family d’Exéa.

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