French Classics at The Wine Market!

2007 CORAIL Rosé Côtes de Provence Château de Roquefort $15
Wild strawberry, pink grapefruit and honeysuckle aromas are brightened by dusty minerals and white pepper. Racy red fruit flavors are light in body and possess impressive clarity. Firm citrus and red fruit flavors leave a juicy impression in their wake.

2007 Château Virgile Costières de Nîmes Rosé $13
Aromas of strawberry and cherry dominate the nose. This is a rosé full of substance and concentration, with strawberry and raspberry flavors that linger on the palate. These bright red fruit flavors are balanced by a refreshing acidity in the finish. This rosé, served chilled, is perfect for food pairings that demand more than a white, but might be overwhelmed by a red.

2007 Château St.-Martin de la Garrigue Languedoc Rosé $10
Muscular, with aromas and flavors of dried cherry and spice. Smooth peppery notes on the tannic finish.

2006 Château Lascaux Coteaux du Languedoc Blanc $13
This Classic Blanc is showing buttered apricots and limes with a whiff of fennel, a blend of Roussanne, Rolle and Marsanne.

2004 Domaine Stainte-Eugénie Corbières $13
Blend of about 60% old vine Carignan with the rest being a blend of Grenache and Syrah. Marvelously complex and clean. The red fruits burst from the glass with mild hints of toast and spice that continue through the impeccably balanced finish.

2004 Château Clamplazens Coteaux du Languedoc La Clape La Garrigue $16
"Meaty and peppery, with plenty of sanguine flavors accented by dried cherry. Muscular, with Asian spice and garrigue on the balanced finish. Drink now through 2010. 2,000 cases imported."
Gold Medal Winner 2007 International Wine Challenge

89 points - Wine Spectator

2005 Etienne Gonnet Côtes du Rhone-Villages La Font du Vent Notre Passion $15
"A rather elegant style, with subtle red plum and currant fruit that glides along easily through the incense-tinged finish. Equal parts Grenache and Syrah. Drink now. 2,915 cases made." 86 points - Wine Spectator

2005 Château de Montpezat Coteaux du Languedoc Palombieres $12
A typically Mediterranean wine, this blend of Grenache and Mourvèdre, grown to provide low yields, is matured in barrels for a year, A full wine with a long finish and raspberry and spice aromas. It may be laid down for five years.

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