Mas du Soleilla - Bringaïret 2012

Mas du Soleilla

Bringaïret 2012

Another reason to love La Clape!

Ready Reds

The perfect match Thyme encrusted lamb chops

  • Powerful
  • Complex
  • Spicy
  • Fruity
  • Wood
  • Tannic

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An expert's opinion

Mas du Soleilla is one of the top micro-climates of the La Clape massif, an old island bathed in sun, wind and sea spray, resulting in ripe, fresh and finessed wines. Take this cuvée "Bringaïret", as a great example; complex and elegant, but yet very generous and ripe at the same time. It's already a pleasure to drink but this will certainly age and gain further complexity over time in your cellar!

Jean-Michel Deluc. Head Sommelier of Petit Ballon.
The estate

Mas du Soleilla

Wines that are produced in dry, warm climates really benefit from factors that help cool the land down, La Clape being a perfect example of a warm but fresh Mediterranean climate. Add top quality, orgnaic viticulture to the mix and a talented, perfectionist wine-maker and you have Mas du Soleilla!

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Service 17°

Decanting 1 h
  • ic-meat

    Meat Lamb tajine, roasted chicken, roast pork

  • ic-cheese

    Cheese Boursault, Camembert

  • ic-fish

    Fish Sea bream served with chanterelles

  • ic-vegetable

    Vegetables Stuffed eggplants

  • Desserts No dessert recommendations for this wine

  • Eye The colour of the wine is still intensely dark and opaque, showing that the wine is still very young.

  • Nose On the nose there are ripe black fruits, tobacco, liquorice and oriental spices. A lovely bouquet!

  • Mouth Supple, round and rich with layers of fruit and spice lasting into a long finish. Tasty!

  • Origin : Languedoc

  • Appellation : AOP Languedoc La Clape

  • Grapes : Syrah, grenache, carignan

  • Culture :

  • Capacity : 750 mL

  • Alcohol : 14,5%

  • Sulfite : Yes

  • Price per liter : £19.33
    (Subscribers: £15.87)

Peak 2018
Keeping potential 2024
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