Reviewed on 2018-07-27
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Rating 88
Style Red
Blend , Grenache, Syrah / Shiraz
Vintage 2012
Appellation
Languedoc-Roussillon
France
ABV 14%
Price $18.00  Buy This Wine
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Perfect For

Backyard BBQs, Relaxing After Work, Steak Dinner

Drink If You Like

Carignan, Grenache , Malbec , Syrah / Shiraz

Le Loup Blanc "Le Régal" Minervois Rouge 2012 Review

Vignoble Du Loup Blanc is located in the Minervois appellation of southeast France's Occitanie region. This is a warm, dry area that produces rich, concentrated wines. The "Le Régal" bottling is a traditional Minervois blend of Carignan, Grenache, and Syrah made in concrete vats. It's very dark in color, and has distinctive notes of blackberry, black olives, lavender, rosemary, and spice. It's a heady, herbal, savory, and fruity wine. This is a excellent choice for someone who enjoys traditional wines from the South of France. Also, fans of Argentinian Malbec who want to branch out will enjoy the dark fruit and flavor concentration.

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Le Loup Blanc "Le Régal" Minervois Rouge 2012
Vignoble Du Loup Blanc is located in the Minervois appellation of southeast France's Occitanie region. This is a warm, dry area that produces rich, concentrated wines. The "Le Régal" bottling is a traditional Minervois blend of Carignan, Grenache, and Syrah made in concrete vats. It's very dark in color, and has distinctive notes of blackberry, black olives, lavender, rosemary, and spice. It's a heady, herbal, savory, and fruity wine. This is a excellent choice for someone who enjoys traditional wines from the South of France. Also, fans of Argentinian Malbec who want to branch out will enjoy the dark fruit and flavor concentration.

Reviewed On: 07-27-2018
88
POINTS
Le Loup Blanc "Le Régal" Minervois Rouge 2012
Vignoble Du Loup Blanc is located in the Minervois appellation of southeast France's Occitanie region. This is a warm, dry area that produces rich, concentrated wines. The "Le Régal" bottling is a traditional Minervois blend of Carignan, Grenache, and Syrah made in concrete vats. It's very dark in color, and has distinctive notes of blackberry, black olives, lavender, rosemary, and spice. It's a heady, herbal, savory, and fruity wine. This is a excellent choice for someone who enjoys traditional wines from the South of France. Also, fans of Argentinian Malbec who want to branch out will enjoy the dark fruit and flavor concentration.

Reviewed On: 07-27-2018